Category Archives: github

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

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

JavaScript Client Demo – Exceptionless

We’re getting closer and closer to version 1.0 of our JavaScript client, and we wanted to give everyone a demo of installation, configuration, and usage. If you’re using Node.js, make sure to check out last week’s blog post for Node specific examples. Otherwise, continue reading for Javascript examples. As you read and begin playing with the …Read More

Exceptionless API Usage and Overview

So you’ve been using Exceptionless for a while, but you wish you had a different dashboard, or maybe you’d like to integrate event data into one of your apps. No problem, just use the API! Through our adventures while building Exceptionless, we’ve kept open source, automation, and ease of use in mind. With that, we think our API, …Read More

New Support for NancyFX – Thanks Luisrudge!

We’ve had our first substantial pull request! Luisrudge has become the first non-trivial contributor to the Exceptionless real-time error reporting project on GitHub, with his NancyFX integration. If you’re a NancyFX user, you can find the Nancy package in our NuGet gallery. As a token of our appreciation, Luis received a free year of hosting! …Read More