Category Archives: ASP.NET

Exceptionless.NET client, core, UI, releases – Bugs, Usability, Performance, Self Hosting

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. Below is a highlight of the release notes, and don’t forget to let us know how we’re doing or what can improve by following …Read More

Replacing DIY Exception Logging with Exceptionless – Case Study

Today we bring you a case study from the founder of Referral Rock and serial entrepreneur, Joshua Ho. Referral Rock is a referral platform for small businesses that Josh created after he “… realized small businesses lacked the tools to make a customer referral program work.” The app allows businesses to easily and effectively create, implement, and …Read More

Replacing DIY Exception Logging with Exceptionless – Case Study

Today we bring you a case study from the founder of Referral Rock and serial entrepreneur, Joshua Ho. Referral Rock is a referral platform for small businesses that Josh created after he “… realized small businesses lacked the tools to make a customer referral program work.” The app allows businesses to easily and effectively create, implement, and …Read More

Exception Handling & Logging Tool for ASP.NET, Web API, WebForms, WPF, Console, MVC, and more

Having a handle on your code’s errors is important. Thousands, if not millions, of exceptions are thrown every day in production code without anyone knowing. These errors might be affecting the bottom line, or they could be negligible – either way, it’s important to know that they exist, how often they are occurring, and what …Read More

Find Customer Facing Bugs with Exceptionless – Case Study

The Power of .NET Error Reporting One of our long time customers, ApexCCTV, recently described how Exceptionless’ .NET error reporting allowed them to find and squash a bug that was causing their website to be completely unusable by some customers. Because of the e-commerce development environment being used, this issue would not have been brought …Read More

Creating strongly typed repeater

When you develop ASP.Net application, you quickly discover that the basic ASP:Repeater is a killer control, although it looks quite dumb at first look, compared to DataList or the powerfull GridView, but actually its simplicity, and it’s lightness offer the flexibility required to do all those funcky stuff you only find in enterprise developpement … …Read More