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Exceptionless.Net 6.0.0 Released

We are thrilled to announce the release of version 6 of the Exceptionless .NET client. Our team has been working to enhance the client’s out of the box functionality and clear out the entire backlog of feature requests and issues! HTTP Header support # We added the ability to automatically capture available HTTP Headers when …Read More

Exceptionless 8.0.0 Released

We are thrilled to announce our latest update, packed with new features, improvements, and bug fixes designed to elevate your experience with our platform. With support for Discord notifications, Elasticsearch 8, OpenTelemetry, .NET 7, and arm64, we’re confident that this release will make a significant impact. Plus, we’ve merged our UI codebase into our main …Read More

Exceptionless.JavaScript 3.0.0 Released

We are excited to announce our latest release, which not only clears the entire JavaScript client GitHub backlog but also brings in a whole range of awesome new capabilities! Our team has been hard at work, and we believe this update will greatly improve the developer experience while addressing critical issues and enhancing the overall …Read More

Exceptionless.Net 5.0.0 Released

We are thrilled to announce the release of our latest version of the Exceptionless .NET client, version 5.0. This release includes a major new feature, support for Blazor. Blazor Support # Blazor is a framework for building web applications using C# and Razor, a markup syntax for HTML. It allows developers to build interactive, client-side …Read More

How To Monitor Events in Your Svelte App

It seems there is a new JavaScript framework launched everyday. And while that is largely true, some standout above the rest. When Svelte first came out, it would have been easy to write it off as “yet another JS framework.” However, Svelte quickly found its community. It has passionate supporters, great contributors, and was recently …Read More

Associate Users With Events To Track Event Impact

If you’ve ever used any error and event monitoring service, there has probably come a point where you are pulling out your hair trying to figure out if an issue is actually a major problem or if it’s impacting just one user. Exceptionless, an open-source event monitoring service, helps with this out of the box …Read More

Announcing The New Exceptionless JavaScript Client

We have had a JavaScript client for several years, but it was quickly becoming out of date. To help address the issues with a fast-moving JavaScript landscape and to extend our JavaScript support, we have recently released a completely rewritten client that supports multiple JavaScript frameworks. If you just want to dive into the documentation, …Read More

How To Use Error Boundaries in React

Backend engineers have all the tools. Nice error handling. Reporting. Metrics. What about us frontend devs? Sure, we can catch errors in our functions, but what about errors in our presentational code? Take React for example. Write some bad code in your function component and the whole app crashes. Fortunately, frontend devs are getting more …Read More

Navigating The Exceptionless World of Go

Go does not have the concept of exceptions. Welp, I guess Exceptionless doesn’t apply. Let’s pack it up and head home, everyone. Kidding, of course. While Go really doesn’t have the concept of exceptions, errors still happen in Go codebases, and those errors need to be handled. Having recently built an Exceptionless client in Go, …Read More

How To Monitor Events in Swift

Swift, best known as the programming language that enables iOS, iPadOS, and macOS developers to build apps, has been growing in popularity over the years. As of February of 2020, it had leaped into the top-10 of most popular programming languages. While Swift can be used for more than just Apple platform products, we’re going …Read More