We can prove it! Exceptionless 2.0 is real, and we’ve got evidence!
We’ve been wanting to give everyone a sneak peak for a long time, and today we are excited to finally be able to. Watch the video above to see a high level overview of the new UI and features.
There are still quite a few small things to take care of before we release it, but we are happy to say that we are around the 85% mark as far as being finished. Once we get closer, we will be putting up a live demo/preview site for everyone to play with and give feedback on.
Please don’t hesitate to give us any feedback you may have after watching the video or reading the transcript below. We want to hear it!
In the last Exceptionless 2.0 article, we announced the upcoming simplified API. Today, we want to introduce another major piece of V2.0 – the pluggable system.
Plugins will allow customization and translation throughout the Exceptionless platform, including integration with third-party services and more. Read on for more details about pluggable details such as event parsing, event pipeline, and formatting. (more…)
Having a handle on your code’s errors is important. Thousands, if not millions, of exceptions are thrown every day in production code without anyone knowing. These errors might be affecting the bottom line, or they could be negligible – either way, it’s important to know that they exist, how often they are occurring, and what parts of the app are affected.
Are you looking for a comprehensive tool that handles logging, reporting, grouping, and notifications for exceptions in your ASP.NET, Web API, WebForms, WPF, Console, MVC, or NancyFX app? Exceptionless does all that, and more. Lets take a look. (more…)
When an error occurs in your app, you need to know the critical details, fast, so you can drill down and fix it. We get it – we’re developers too – that’s why we built Exceptionless.
The trick was organizing the data so it didn’t overwhelm our users, while still providing all the important stuff so developers wouldn’t have to spend extra time tracking down versions, requesting stack traces, or pulling teeth to get environment information.
Lets take a look at the default information included with every error. We say default because you can easily add your own information with custom objects. (more…)
It’s a big day at Exceptionless.
We are super excited to announce that we are open sourcing the Exceptionless code! That’s right, now you can hack on our real-time error reporting tool yourself.
Too many apps are throwing too many errors out there, resulting in confused users, lost business, and endless frustration.
We believe Exceptionless can help the development community become more in-tune with their code by making those errors more transparent, trackable, and squashable. More importantly, we want to support developers building and shipping better code for their users.
Maybe you’ve got this awesome new web app that you’re ready to go live with, or maybe you’re working on a project that is already customer facing but you’ve got major new features rolling out and want to make sure all goes well.
We both know there’s going to be something that isn’t completely right after launch. It might be a big bug stopping certain users from placing orders on your site, or it might be something that won’t even affect your customers. It might be highly visible, or completely hidden from your view. Either way, you want to know when that error occurs and what the details are. That’s where Exceptionless comes in. (more…)
We have all worked on projects, large and small, where tiny, one-off bugs went unnoticed for a while before they were finally reported by a user or discovered by a developer. In some instances, these bugs probably affected the end-user’s ability to use the service, purchase an item, etc, meaning that there was a direct impact on the bottom line.
What if you didn’t have to worry about .NET exceptions going unnoticed anymore? (more…)
The Power of .NET Error Reporting
One of our long time customers, ApexCCTV, recently described how Exceptionless’ .NET error reporting allowed them to find and squash a bug that was causing their website to be completely unusable by some customers.
Because of the e-commerce development environment being used, this issue would not have been brought to their attention without the implementation of Exceptionless, making this a prime example of how powerful the tool is and what it can mean for all types of .NET web applications. (more…)