Exceptionless 4.0 is Here!

Exceptionless 4.0 AnnouncementThat’s right folks, Exceptionless 4.0 is here and we’ve got the full low-down on all the improvements, upgrades, and enhancements in this week’s blog article, along with how to upgrade instructions for self hosters.

The primary focus of version 4.0 was to add support for Elasticsearch 5. By migrating from Elasticsearch 1.7 to 5, we removed growing technical debt and benefited greatly in the process. Here is an overview of the benefits gained by migrating to Elasticsearch 5 in 4.0.0. (more…)

2017 Exceptionless Feature, Functionality, and Enhancement Roadmap

exceptionless feature roadmap for 2017

Can you believe it’s almost February already! Us either. No rest for the whicked, though, as we sit down to get cranking on our list of Exceptionless changes for 2017.

We have a a great list of features, functionality changes, and enhancements planned, and no doubt we’ll work in a few other popular feature requests and, naturally, bug fixes along the way.

Let’s take a look at the primary roadmap, shall we? (more…)

2016 Recap – Let there be STATS!

Exceptionless 2016 in review

We were curious, so we thought we would put together some stats for 2016, along with and a recap of some of the notable changes and progression. Enjoy!

General Exceptionless Stats

  • Over 120,000,000 events processed
  • 4716 users
  • 3614 projects
  • 2809 organizations

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JavaScript / Node.js Client V1 Release Notes

Exceptionless LogoLast week we announced the V1 release candidate for the Exceptionless JavaScript/Node.js Client. This week we’ve got official release notes for you! Have a look.

Release Notes

  • Client supports JavaScript and Node (Works everywhere)
  • Send your errors, logs or feature usages to your Exceptionless dashboard
  • Supports various module formats such as es6 (SystemJS/jspm), UMDRequireJS, CommonJS, or global
  • We built the Exceptionless JavaScript/Nodes.js Client with the past and future browsers in mind. Everything is testable via components injected on startup (via dependency injection), which means you can replace any component of the system to fit your specific needs.
  • Client is a full feature parity of our .NET clients, including:
    • Support for custom objects
    • Mark events as critical
    • Server side settings
    • Data exclusions
    • Plugins
    • and more…
  • Includes first class integration for third party libraries like AngularJS and Express

Usage, Examples, and more…

Everything you need to get up and running (including contributing/developing) can be found on the Exceptionless.JavaScript GitHub repo. Javascript, Express, TypeScript, SystemJS, and RequireJS examples can be found in the example folder. As always, you can contact us via an in-app message for help, or submit an issue on GitHub with bugs, feedback, etc. We’re here to make sure you get things working properly so you can take full advantage of Exceptionless!