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…)
March was a productive month! We got tons done, and we’re here to share everything with you so you’re up to date and can hold us accountable if you notice any bugs in the changes.
Let’s get to it! (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…)
We’ve continued to focus some of our attention on our pluggable app foundation block solution, Foundatio, and last week it got some attention from the Microsoft .NET Blog as well!
We’ve also released V4.0, which has some new implementations, API changes, and, of course, bug fixes.
Check out the details, below. (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…)
The .NET Exceptionless client has received several improvements and some bug fixes in version 3.2. Details below!
Version 2.0 was a pretty big rewrite for us, and we’re happy with how everything played out, but that doesn’t mean we’re done!
We’ve been working on 3.0, and it’s ready.
What was the focus, you ask? To make life easier for you! We’ve simplified the build process, removed dependencies, and drastically improved the ease of self hosting.
Check out the details, below, and upgrade today! (more…)