The Power of Real-time Project Settings

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…)

Server Side Technology the Exceptionless Team Uses

Server TechnologyAs it turns out, building technology and web applications takes a lot of other technology. We were reflecting the other day and decided it would be cool if we did a blog series that went over all the different “stuff” we use to make and maintain Exceptionless.

For the first part in the series, we decided to look at all the server-side products and services. They are listed below, along with a short description of what they are used for. See something you’ve never used? Check it out! Have something we should try out instead? Let us know by commenting! (more…)

Exceptionless 1.5 Released!

Exceptionless Version 1.5While we’re on the march to Exceptionless 2.0, we’re still making updates and fixing bugs on version 1. Today, we’d like to announce that Exceptionless 1.5 has been released, which includes several server changes and bug fixes, as well as major client code base optimization.

Please update your client to version 1.5 and take a look at the other changes and bug fixes, below. We’ve done quite a bit of work to notifications, added throttling to improve coverage on small and free plans, and improved performance in a few places. (more…)

Catching a Server-Side Browser Cookie Support Error – Case Study

Internet Explorer CookiesAs with every new release of software, things change. And, like we all expected, there wasn’t an exception to that rule when Microsoft introduced Internet Explorer 10 into the mix.

Everyone coding for the web had the normal things to worry about, of course, like design formatting, speed, and support, but one of our clients experienced something that would have taken a long time to catch if they hadn’t been using Exceptionless’ real-time error reporting. (more…)