Exceptionless 1.4 brings with it both server and client changes, a new client integration, some minor updates, and lots of bug fixes. Check out the changelog items below, and let us know if you have any questions. We want to extend our thanks again to the developers that have worked on the project since we …Read More
Just over six months ago, we launched Exceptionless with a mission to impact the coding community in a positive way. The goal was, and still is, to help developers find, track, and squash errors, ultimately creating better code for users. A few days ago we officially hit 1000 accounts, and as of today Exceptionless has …Read More
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
Since we officially announced that Exceptionless was going open source last week, we wanted to provide everyone with a quick and easy video walkthrough of how to get up and running locally. It’s really quick, as you can see from the below video. Below the video is also a textual walkthrough. Please take a look …Read More
It’s a big day at Exceptionless. We are super excited to announce that we are open sourcing the Exceptionless code! That’s right, now you can hack on our real-time error reporting tool yourself. Too many apps are throwing too many errors out there, resulting in confused users, lost business, and endless frustration. We believe Exceptionless …Read More
Exceptionless 1.3 brings with it both server and client changes, including open sourcing the project (which we’re super excited about!), some minor updates, and a few bug fixes. Check out the changelog items below, and let us know if you have any questions.
This is yet another story of an elusive bug that, without a proper error reporting service, would have gone un-noticed for a very long time. When third-party software and services interact with your code, in any way, you have to be wary that their data may be different from yours. In this instance, our client …Read More
Maybe you’ve got this awesome new web app that you’re ready to go live with, or maybe you’re working on a project that is already customer facing but you’ve got major new features rolling out and want to make sure all goes well. We both know there’s going to be something that isn’t completely right after …Read More
As with every new release of software, things change. And, like we all expected, there wasn’t an exception to that rule when Microsoft introduced Internet Explorer 10 into the mix. Everyone coding for the web had the normal things to worry about, of course, like design formatting, speed, and support, but one of our clients …Read More
We cover the basic features of the Exceptionless platform on our feature tour page, but we wanted to give everyone a deeper look into all the information available via the web-based, real-time .NET error reporting admin area. Continue reading to learn more.