Category Archives: new features

New Client Releases Focus on Sessions, Real Time Configuration, and Logging

Exceptionless.NET v3.5.0 and Exceptionless.JavaScript v1.4.0 have been released and they are chock full of new features and feature improvements! There weren’t a whole lot of bug fixes with these releases. Could it be that Exceptionless is working and we’ve squelched most of the bugs? We think so! Notably, we focused on sessions, real time configuration, and logging, …Read More

New Client Releases Focus on Sessions, Real Time Configuration, and Logging

Exceptionless.NET v3.5.0 and Exceptionless.JavaScript v1.4.0 have been released and they are chock full of new features and feature improvements! There weren’t a whole lot of bug fixes with these releases. Could it be that Exceptionless is working and we’ve squelched most of the bugs? We think so! Notably, we focused on sessions, real time configuration, and logging, …Read More

Know How Many Users are Affected by Bugs and Events

Prioritizing your bug fixes and development time in general can be a daunting task. Sometimes, as developers, we want to work on this shiny widget or this annoying bug, and we don’t really have anything in our face telling us to quit focusing on our dreams and work on what matters to the bottom line. …Read More

Know How Many Users are Affected by Bugs and Events

Prioritizing your bug fixes and development time in general can be a daunting task. Sometimes, as developers, we want to work on this shiny widget or this annoying bug, and we don’t really have anything in our face telling us to quit focusing on our dreams and work on what matters to the bottom line. …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

Self Hosting Exceptionless – Free and Fast!

Self hosting allows you to run your own instance of Exceptionless, our real-time error, feature, and log reporting tool, on your own systems – FOR FREE! Not Just Free, but Fast! When developing Exceptionless 3.0, we put extensive focus on making self hosting much easier, and therefore more viable, for our users. It is now possible to get a …Read More

Self Hosting Exceptionless – Free and Fast!

Self hosting allows you to run your own instance of Exceptionless, our real-time error, feature, and log reporting tool, on your own systems – FOR FREE! Not Just Free, but Fast! When developing Exceptionless 3.0, we put extensive focus on making self hosting much easier, and therefore more viable, for our users. It is now possible to get a …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