Can you believe it’s almost February already! Us either. No rest for the whicked, though, as we sit down to get cranking on our list of Exceptionless changes for 2017.
We have a a great list of features, functionality changes, and enhancements planned, and no doubt we’ll work in a few other popular feature requests and, naturally, bug fixes along the way.
Let’s take a look at the primary roadmap, shall we? (more…)
Bet You Didn’t Know Exceptionless Could Do This…
Have you ever needed to cut through the noise and just focus on one type of event (in real time), such as only error logs, to track down a bug?
Do you want to limit certain types of event reporting (in real time) to save your event quota and limit clutter?
What about controlling your application’s settings or features in real time via Exceptionless, without having to update your files and deploy your app!?
Well, with our client configuration settings, you can do all that, and more, in real time, on a per-project basis via your Exceptionless dashboard! (more…)
There weren’t a whole lot of bug fixes with these releases. Could it be that Exceptionless is working and we’ve squelched most of the bugs? We think so!
Notably, we focused on sessions, real time configuration, and logging, all of which we think you’ll find super helpful.
Read on for details. (more…)
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.
We’ve made it super easy to get up and running, as you’ll see below. Take a look and let us know what you think!
Report & Log Errors & Events in 1:37
Did you know there are customizable server/client configuration values within your Exceptionless Project’s settings? Well now you do – and knowing’s half the battle!
These project level settings are a dictionary of key value pairs (string key, string value). They are defined server-side and automatically pushed to the client when they are updated. Using this feature allows you to control what you send without redeploying your app, which we think is pretty cool! (more…)
- Send your errors, logs or feature usages to your Exceptionless dashboard
- Supports various module formats such as es6 (SystemJS/jspm), UMD, RequireJS, CommonJS, or global
- Client is a full feature parity of our .NET clients, including:
- Support for custom objects
- Mark events as critical
- Server side settings
- Data exclusions
- and more…
- Includes first class integration for third party libraries like AngularJS and Express
Usage, Examples, and more…