Category Archives: Exception Logging

Exceptionless 2.0 User Interface FIRST LOOK

We can prove it! Exceptionless 2.0 is real, and we’ve got evidence! We’ve been wanting to give everyone a sneak peak for a long time, and today we are excited to finally be able to. Watch the video above to see a high level overview of the new UI and features. There are still quite …Read More

Coming in Exceptionless 2.0 – A Pluggable System

In the last Exceptionless 2.0 article, we announced the upcoming simplified API. Today, we want to introduce another major piece of V2.0 – the pluggable system. Plugins will allow customization and translation throughout the Exceptionless platform, including integration with third-party services and more. Read on for more details about pluggable details such as event parsing, event …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

.NET Exception Reporting and Why You Need It

We have all worked on projects, large and small, where tiny, one-off bugs went unnoticed for a while before they were finally reported by a user or discovered by a developer. In some instances, these bugs probably affected the end-user’s ability to use the service, purchase an item, etc, meaning that there was a direct impact …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