Category Archives: github

Simple App Deployment with Azure Continuous Deployment and GitHub

We’ve learned a lot about deployments since we first started Exceptionless. We initially went with what everyone else was doing (Octopus Deploy), but over time we thought we could greatly simplify and automate it, letting us focus on what matters, improving the product! Through a lot of testing and iterations of our deployment process, we …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

Introducing Foundatio 3.0! Now with Async & Increased Efficiency

Foundatio is a pluggable, scalable, painless, open source solution for caching, queues, locks, messaging, jobs, file storage, and metrics in your app. In Version 3.0, we’ve made several improvements, including, as promised in our initial Foundatio blog post, going full async. Take a closer look at the new enhancements, below, and head over to the …Read More

Introducing Foundatio 3.0! Now with Async & Increased Efficiency

Foundatio is a pluggable, scalable, painless, open source solution for caching, queues, locks, messaging, jobs, file storage, and metrics in your app. In Version 3.0, we’ve made several improvements, including, as promised in our initial Foundatio blog post, going full async. Take a closer look at the new enhancements, below, and head over to the …Read More

Exceptionless V3.0 – Changes to the Build Process, Dependencies, and Self Hosting

Version 2.0 was a pretty big rewrite for us, and we’re happy with how everything played out, but that doesn’t mean we’re done! We’ve been working on 3.0, and it’s ready. What was the focus, you ask? To make life easier for you! We’ve simplified the build process, removed dependencies, and drastically improved the ease of self hosting. Check …Read More

Exceptionless V3.0 – Changes to the Build Process, Dependencies, and Self Hosting

Version 2.0 was a pretty big rewrite for us, and we’re happy with how everything played out, but that doesn’t mean we’re done! We’ve been working on 3.0, and it’s ready. What was the focus, you ask? To make life easier for you! We’ve simplified the build process, removed dependencies, and drastically improved the ease of self hosting. Check …Read More

Introducing Foundatio – Pluggable Foundation Blocks for Building Distributed Apps

In the process of developing Exceptionless, we realized there was a lack of good, simple, open source solutions for caching, queues, locks, messaging, jobs, file storage, and metrics when building scaleable applications. We tried an open source Redis cache client for caching, but it went commercial (expensive) and there wasn’t any in-memory implementations. For the …Read More

Introducing Foundatio – Pluggable Foundation Blocks for Building Distributed Apps

In the process of developing Exceptionless, we realized there was a lack of good, simple, open source solutions for caching, queues, locks, messaging, jobs, file storage, and metrics when building scaleable applications. We tried an open source Redis cache client for caching, but it went commercial (expensive) and there wasn’t any in-memory implementations. For the …Read More

Exceptionless Documentation has Moved & Grown

The Exceptionless documentation has moved to GitHub! Over the past few weeks, we have taken all the existing documentation on the docs subdomain and migrated it over to the respective GitHub repo. We also pulled out worthy examples, demos, and tutorials from past blog posts and created pages for those, so information is in a more …Read More