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Treblle with .NET Core


  • .NET Core 3.0


You can install Treblle .NET Core via NuGet Package Manager or by running the following command:

Terminal window
dotnet add package Treblle.Net.Core

Configuring Treblle

You will need to add the required service by calling AddTreblle and providing your API key and Project ID.

Here’s an example of configuring the Treblle services and fetching the configuration values from the application settings:


Next you’ll need to add the TreblleMiddleware by calling UseTreblle on the WebApplication instance. You can optionally configure the use of the exception handler middleware.

app.UseTreblle(useExceptionHandler: true);

Using Treblle with Controllers

Now you can specify which endpoints you want Treblle to track by adding this simple attribute to any API controller or method:


Using Treblle with Minimal APIs

To tell Treblle to track your Minimal API endpoints, you have to apply UseTreblle to your endpoint definition:

app.MapGet("/", () => "Treblle is awesome")

That’s it. Your API requests and responses are now being sent to your Treblle project.

Masking Additional Fields

If you want to expand the list of fields you want to hide, you can pass property names you want to hide as a CSV string to the AddTreblle call:


Running Treblle only in production

If you want to run Treblle only in production, you can rely on the environment variables, or use a similar approach via your application config.

if (app.Environment.IsProduction())