New Features

    New Insights dashboard: See at a glance how your APIs are performing, identify bottlenecks and operational issues.
    New Debug dashboard: Allows you to inspect all the details about a request by entering its correlation ID. This includes details on all sub-requests and how data was transformed and helps identifying issues when data sources return unexpected results or issues in transformation formulas.
      Technical notes: we are now using two new indices in elasticsearch, fb-analytics-* for insights (only stores analytical data) and fb-logs-* for debug logs (which can then include personal / secret information). The previously used xapix-* indices can be removed.
      Please note that fb-logs-* indices created by v0.9.1 and v0.9.2 are incompatible. You can remove any existing indices through Kibana or with curl -XDELETE "http://$ELASTIC_SEARCH_HOST:9200/fb-logs-*" after upgrading.
    Debug mode when making a request: You can add the query parameter xapix-debug=1 to directly get all the details in case a request is failing. This only works with API keys issued through Phoenix. In any other cases, use the correlation ID in the debug dashboard.

Other changes

    Improved auto-completion and handling of errors in formulas.
    Easier onboarding of Kafka / Azure Event Hub streams: simply provide a data sample in the Event unit instead of manually defining the expected data structure there.
    When importing swagger files, we now provide more details in case they couldn't be processed (completely).
    Editing a SOAP endpoint will now reprocess the uploaded WSDL file and update the generated endpoints to match the new details.
    Fixed an error that prevented header parameters from being returned in our responses.
    Fixed an error that prevented units from being added to Kafka / Azure Event Hub streams.
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