AngularJS and Exceptionless 2.0

Angular JSAs we plug away at Exceptionless 2.0, perfecting and future-proofing it, we wanted to stop and take the time to talk about AngularJS, how we are using it in version two, and what benefits we’re going to get out of it.

Naturally, we want to maintain all current functionality while supporting planned V2.0 features like search and filtering. We also want it to be static and use the REST API for everything. We’re pretty determined to not cheat on that point. Then, thinking ahead, building it to support easily adding new features in the future is a huge priority.

Lets look at these points in a bit more detail. (more…)

Services and Other Technologies the Exceptionless Team Uses

Exceptionless Services & TechnologyOver the past couple of weeks, we have been writing about the tools and technologies that the Exceptionless Team uses to create, support, and maintain Exceptionless. In part three of the series, we want to take a look at the services used.

Most projects need project organization, time management, tracking, the ability to easily communicate with team members, version control, etc – the list goes on. Exceptionless is no different. Here are some of our favorite tools that provide those services to help keep Exceptionless, well, Exceptionless. (more…)

Client Side Technology the Exceptionless Team Uses

colored-swooshLast week we wrote up a whole list of server side technologies that we use to build and maintain Exceptionless. This week, we’re going to look at client side tools and services.

We’re all about function around here, but we like to think that the app looks and feels pretty good, too! We hope you agree, and maybe you’ll come across a thing or two you could use in the future to jazz up the user side of your projects.

Most of these areĀ free services, so check them out!