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…)

Session Heartbeats No Longer Count Towards Plan Limits

session-tracking-revisedThat’s right! We’ve re-imagined how session heartbeats and session end events should work on the back end and were able to make them much more efficient, allowing us to stop counting them toward user plan limits!

This blog post explains our original goals and implementation of these session events, and how we were able to retain the same functionality of the feature while limiting resource usage.

Our hope is that this will obviously make our users happy, but also that all the developers out there can benefit from our process and solution. (more…)

New Client Releases Focus on Sessions, Real Time Configuration, and Logging

net-3.5.0-js-1.4.0Exceptionless.NET v3.5.0 and Exceptionless.JavaScript v1.4.0 have been released and they are chock full of new features and feature improvements!

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…)