Category Archives: bugs

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

New Releases: Exceptionless 3.2.1, .NET Client 3.3.6, JavaScript Client 1.3.2, UI 2.3.1

Since the last major release cycle, we’ve made several minor releases, including Exceptionless 3.2.1, Exceptionless.NET 3.3.5, and Exceptionless.UI 2.3.1. Lets take a look at some of the highlights, and you can check out the full release notes on each at the provided links, below. Exceptionless 3.2.1 We fixed a few minor bugs made a few …Read More

New Releases: Exceptionless 3.2.1, .NET Client 3.3.6, JavaScript Client 1.3.2, UI 2.3.1

Since the last major release cycle, we’ve made several minor releases, including Exceptionless 3.2.1, Exceptionless.NET 3.3.5, and Exceptionless.UI 2.3.1. Lets take a look at some of the highlights, and you can check out the full release notes on each at the provided links, below. Exceptionless 3.2.1 We fixed a few minor bugs made a few …Read More

New Releases for ALL the Codes! Exceptionless 3.2

That’s right folks – we’ve gone and released Exceptionless 3.2, which includes releases for Exceptionless.NET, Exceptionless.JavaScript, and Exceptionless.UI! Awe yeah. We’re kind of excited, in case you couldn’t tell. Big stuff in here, like session tracking (#BOOM), licensing changes (less confusion – it’s a good thing), and posting via HTTP GET (such easy, much wow)! Lets …Read More

New Releases for ALL the Codes! Exceptionless 3.2

That’s right folks – we’ve gone and released Exceptionless 3.2, which includes releases for Exceptionless.NET, Exceptionless.JavaScript, and Exceptionless.UI! Awe yeah. We’re kind of excited, in case you couldn’t tell. Big stuff in here, like session tracking (#BOOM), licensing changes (less confusion – it’s a good thing), and posting via HTTP GET (such easy, much wow)! Lets …Read More