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  • Exceptionless

    Coming in Exceptionless 2.0 – A Pluggable System

    In the last Exceptionless 2.0 article, we announced the upcoming simplified API. Today, we want to introduce another major piece of V2.0 – the pluggable system. Plugins will allow customization and translation throughout the Exceptionless platform...
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    More from the Upcoming Exceptionless 2.0: Simplified API

    Since going open source, we’ve wanted to simplify the API and make it easier to work with. We’re taking the time to do it now, and it’s going to be awesome! Exceptionless 2.0, coming soon, will have a new, manageable API with tons of...
  • Exceptionless

    Exceptionless 1.5 Released!

    While we’re on the march to Exceptionless 2.0, we’re still making updates and fixing bugs on version 1. Today, we’d like to announce that Exceptionless 1.5 has been released, which includes several server changes and bug fixes, as well...
  • Exceptionless

    Event Based Reporting System Coming in Version 2.0

    We hinted that more details on the upcoming Exceptionless 2.0 release would get announced soon, and here we are! Lets dive in a bit further, shall we? Many users have asked for ways to use Exceptionless to report additional types of events, rather than...
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    Exceptionless 2.0 – In the Making

    It may seem quiet in Exceptionless land, but the truth is we’ve been writing, and re-writing, more code than you can point a cursor at. If it weren’t a labor of love, our fingers would have mutinied long ago, but luckily they are in it for...
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    Web Application Errors and the 80-20 Rule

    You know the 80-20 rule. The one marketers, managers, bigwigs, writers, speakers, and everyone else references to tell you what to focus on or why the widgets aren’t selling like they should. Well, as painful as it might be to hear the rule applied...
  • Exceptionless

    A Few Recent Exceptionless Case Studies

    We like to know how Exceptionless is helping its users, and we love it when we get feedback! Every once in a while, we like to share a story or two so we can drive home the benefits of having a real-time exception logging service tied into code projects...
  • Exceptionless

    Exception Handling & Logging Tool for ASP.NET, Web API, WebForms, WPF, Console, MVC, and more

    Having a handle on your code’s errors is important. Thousands, if not millions, of exceptions are thrown every day in production code without anyone knowing. These errors might be affecting the bottom line, or they could be negligible – either...
  • Exceptionless

    Intelligent App Error Grouping Helps Organize Your Exceptions

    Having a tool like Exceptionless to report and log your software’s errors is great, but many of our clients experience thousands of instances of each error over various lengths of time, which can become overwhelming quickly. We couldn’t just...
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    Exceptionless Now Hosted on Azure

    As usual, we’ve been working on ways to improve the Exceptionless service. Due to growing demand for our hosted error reporting plans, we decided to move everything to the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform. We completed the move last week and, except...
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