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AngularJS and Exceptionless 2.0

As we plug away at Exceptionless 2.0, perfecting and future-proofing it, we wanted to stop and take the time to talk about AngularJS, how we are using it in version two, and what benefits we’re going to get out of it. Naturally, we want to maintain all current functionality while supporting planned V2.0 features like...(read more)

Services and Other Technologies the Exceptionless Team Uses

Over the past couple of weeks, we have been writing about the tools and technologies that the Exceptionless Team uses to create, support, and maintain Exceptionless. In part three of the series, we want to take a look at the services used. Most projects need project organization, time management, tracking, the ability to easily communicate...(read more)

Client Side Technology the Exceptionless Team Uses

Last week we wrote up a whole list of server side technologies that we use to build and maintain Exceptionless. This week, we’re going to look at client side tools and services. We’re all about function around here, but we like to think that the app looks and feels pretty good, too! We hope you...(read more)

CodeSmith Tools Turns 10 This Month – 30% Off Generator!

THANK YOU! October 20th will mark the 10th anniversary of CodeSmith Tools! It’s been a fun, exciting adventure full of amazing users, great new technologies, keyboard-pounding late nights, countless lines of code, and over 4,700,000 downloads (since we started counting)! We want to thank each and every one of you for the support and feedback...(read more)

Server Side Technology the Exceptionless Team Uses

As it turns out, building technology and web applications takes a lot of other technology. We were reflecting the other day and decided it would be cool if we did a blog series that went over all the different “stuff” we use to make and maintain Exceptionless. For the first part in the series, we decided to look...(read more)

CodeSmith Generator 7.0.2

New Features Added a new SQLAnywhereSchemaProvider (Contrib Steven Hyde). Added Gang of Four Design Pattern templates (Contrib Martin Hart Turner). Added support for json serialization of schema objects (E.G., TableSchema) for custom property types. The PLINQO-EF templates now have beta support for MySQL and SQL Anywhere and EF6 (there is a flag to turn EF6...(read more)

Making the Move to Elasticsearch for Exceptionless 2.0

We know you’ve thought about it when using Exceptionless, and many developers have submitted formal requests. Search. You need it, and we want to provide it. That’s why we’ve decided to integrate Elasticsearch into 2.0, and it’s going to be awesome! Check out a few of the cool things we’re going to be able to...(read more)

Case Study: Server Expiration Error for Pre-Alpha Game Release

Today we’ve got a pretty cool case study that comes to us from a game development studio! We love to see Exceptionless being used by companies with interesting projects and development pipelines, and what’s more interesting than gaming, multi-server, and multi-player environments? These guys also gave us some good feedback, which we’ll address. Check it...(read more)

Upcoming Exceptionless Version 2.0 Overview & Review

Many of you guys have been following along in previous posts as we went through the details of the new features and enhancements coming with the next version of Exceptionless, V2.0. To make things easier for everyone, we thought we’d do an overview post as well, so all the new features can be found in...(read more)

New Price Plans for Medium to Large Teams/Projects

We’ve had quite a few requests for pricing plans that support users, retention, and errors somewhere between our old medium and enterprise plans, so we crunched the numbers and came up with new large and extra large plans that find a happy medium. Both plans include more users, more retention, and more errors. Check out...(read more)


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