This past week we released Exceptionless 4.0.2 and Exceptionless.NET 4.0.3, consisting of maintenance updates that fixed several usability issues for self hosters, various performance, issues, bug fixes, and some general improvements. (more…)
We always work hard to keep improving Exceptionless, and this release is no different!
Since the last release, we’ve put a lot of time into making the filtering and searching more user friendly and intuitive, improving the reliability of jobs, and of course fixing any bugs that you guys (or Exceptionless) have been able to find.
Let’s see what we’ve got going on, shall we? (more…)
We’re kind of excited, in case you couldn’t tell. Big stuff in here, like session tracking (#BOOM), licensing changes (less confusion – it’s a good thing), and posting via HTTP GET (such easy, much wow)!
Lets get into some of the details… (more…)
The .NET Exceptionless client has received several improvements and some bug fixes in version 3.2. Details below!
Please see the details of this release below.
- Improved readme and wiki. [issue thread] // Credit: @frankebersoll
- Bug Fix – Unhandled exceptiones in Node.js were not being capture. [issue thread] // Credit: @frankebersoll
- Bug Fix – Data exclusions were not always working. [issue thread] // Credit: @srijken
- Bug Fix – Cancelled state wasn’t properly passed through the SubmitEvent callback.
- Temporarily disabled capturing of ajax errors [issue thread]
You can view the full change log for a list of all changes in this release.