Exceptionless 3.4 – New User Dashboards, Job Reliability, and Bug Fixes

Exceptionless 3.4The latest Exceptionless release has several additions we think most of our users will find helpful. We sat down and worked on the UI, fixed some bugs, and spend a considerable amount of time improving reliability and efficiency of some of the primary pieces of the app.

If you’re a self hoster, you’ll need to upgrade your existing install, but if you’re hosting with us there is no action required on your part to experiences the Exceptionless 3.4.

For more information about this release, take a look below and/or review the full release notes over on GitHub. (more…)

Filter Improvements to the Exceptionless Single Page App

SPA filter search solutionsIt’s been a while since we introduced filtering and searching when we launched Exceptionless V2.0, so we decided recently that we wanted to take the feedback we’ve received and do a round of improvements to it.

You may have already noticed the changes, but if not then the next time you log in you will see that the top bar has changed, giving you much quicker access to filtering and more upfront information. (more…)

Exceptionless API Usage and Overview

Exceptionless APISo you’ve been using Exceptionless for a while, but you wish you had a different dashboard, or maybe you’d like to integrate event data into one of your apps. No problem, just use the API!

Through our adventures while building Exceptionless, we’ve kept open source, automation, and ease of use in mind. With that, we think our API, which utilizes Swagger and Swashbuckle to automatically generate, update, and display documentation (which means it works automatically on self-hosted environments), is a great resource for our users that want to get their hands dirty and use Exceptionless data to roll their own tools, dashboards, etc.

Lets take a closer look at the API, how to use it, and some quick examples of what can be done. (more…)

Filter and Searching Tutorial Video – Exceptionless

Exceptionless Search FilteringOne of the most requested features from the beginning of Exceptionless 1.0 was a filtering and searching system. When we started developing Exceptionless 2.0, we knew it was one of the major features we wanted to include.

We couldn’t just throw in a string search and hope for the best. We had to build it in a way that let users perform basic and advanced filtering, easily, with fast and streamlined results.

Enter Exceptionless filtering and searching. You can filter by organization, project, multiple time frame selectors, and specific event variables (with modifiers).

Watch the video below for a quick test drive, and read further down the page for more details and links! (more…)

Filter Your Exceptions in Version 2.0 – Video Demo

ElasticSearch Exceptionless Filter DemoIf you’ve used Exceptionless, chances are a search or filter system would have helped you out more than once. We know, and we agree! That’s why we’ve made it a priority with Exceptionless 2.0, which is coming very soon.

To expand on our previous “Exceptionless 2.0 User Interface FIRST LOOK” article, we want to give everyone a little bit more of a look at the filtering system. This demo isn’t anything super fancy, but it gives you a good idea of how easy and fast it will be to filter and search through your event data.

As always, we are looking for feedback on the platform as we continue to draw nearer to launch, so feel free to leave us a comment or contact us and let us know what you think. We hope you like it! (more…)