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Jun 30, 2022   |  By Wes Oudshoorn
AppSignal helps you separate signal from noise. Today, we're launching a new notification setting that will help you get the right notifications at the right time.
Jun 23, 2022   |  By Thijs Cadier
Today we launch the next level of AppSignal front-end error tracking. We’ve made two major improvements: line-of-code-based error grouping and sourcemapped backtraces in notifications.
Jun 20, 2022   |  By Jeff Kreeftmeijer
We're very excited to release AppSignal for Phoenix 2.1, which adds automatic instrumentation for LiveView through Telemetry. You can now receive performance and error insights for your LiveView, without manually instrumenting each of its methods.
Jun 16, 2022   |  By Wes Oudshoorn
We're launching our new Getting Started page. This feature helps first-time users to set up their monitoring with AppSignal, as soon as they've signed up. Before we dive in, we'd love to share our beliefs about onboarding. All developers share these same “first-time” moments: Many of our customers start monitoring their applications for the first time with AppSignal, or experience new types of issues when scaling an application.
Jun 2, 2022   |  By Tom de Bruijn
We've simultaneously launched 4 new integrations for Node.js: Redis, ioredis, MySQL, and MySQL2. This means that you can now see all the details of a query in the Event Timeline and Slow Query screens in AppSignal. Because we are a small and bootstrapped team, we've chosen to embrace OpenTelemetry as a means of expanding AppSignal's offering in the Node.js ecosystem.
Apr 27, 2022   |  By Wes Oudshoorn
We've launched a feature that will help you fix errors and performance issues as a team! 🎉 With Logbook you get the full incident history. Read and leave team comments, see which notifications were sent at what time, and see team activity for changes in incident states. It's now easier than ever to see what the current state of an incident is.
Mar 10, 2022   |  By Robert Beekman
Before today, we would send an email for every Performance or Exception incident if a notification rule was triggered. This meant that if you deployed a new version of your app and your incident notification settings were set to "first in deploy", you'd get two emails if two errors occurred.
Mar 9, 2022   |  By Ayooluwa Isaiah
Process management refers to various activities around the creation, termination, and monitoring of processes. A process manager is a program that ensures that your applications always stay online after being launched. Process managers can prevent downtime in production by automatically restarting your application after a crash or even after the host machine reboots. They are also useful in development: they auto-restart an app once its source files or dependencies are updated.
Feb 24, 2022   |  By Robert Beekman
We're happy to announce that we've added a feature that will enable you to create folders for your custom metric dashboards.
Jan 27, 2022   |  By Luismi Ramírez
During the last few months, we've been working hard on improving our Node.js integration. We've released loads of quality fixes and improvements to our diagnose command, configuration, and general package structure. Today, we'd like to highlight some of the enhancements and fixes that we've recently released.
Dec 4, 2020   |  By AppSignal
He covers installation and setup, how to troubleshoot and fix performance issues, specifically showing a common use-case with N+1 queries. He then shows AppSignal's Sidekiq integration along with its magic dashboard, managing and reporting anomalies, custom instrumentation, and how to handle error reporting.. Here's the timeline.

Made for teams that want to build high quality Ruby and Elixir applications, AppSignal offers amazing insights into errors and performance issues, plus host monitoring and an easy to use custom metrics platform.

AppSignal supports the Elixir language with an Elixir package. The package supports pure Elixir applications and frameworks including Phoenix, Plug & Erlang.

AppSignal supports the Ruby language with a Ruby gem. The gem supports many frameworks and gems including Capistrano, DataMapper, Delayed Job, Grape, MongoDB, Padrino, Rack, Rake, Resque, Ruby on Rails, Sequel, Shoryuken, Sidekiq, Sinatra & Webmachine.

AppSignal now supports Node.js! The package supports pure JavaScript applications and TypeScript applications, and can auto-instrument various frameworks and packages with optional plugins.

AppSignal also has amazing support for catching errors from Front-end JavaScript applications and sending them to AppSignal, including the React, Vue, Angular, Ember, Preact & Stimulus frameworks.

Packed with features:

  • Alerts in your tools: AppSignal integrates with Slack, Flowdock, HipChat, OpsGenie and more.
  • Control your notifications: AppSignal notifies you exactly when you want to. Get the first exceptions per deploy, all of them of never. Set thresholds for performance notifications.
  • Amazing support: We don't do "first line" and "second line" support: you get to speak with a developer, immediately.
  • Send to issue trackers: A single click creates an issue with all the necessary details in your issue tracker of choice.
  • Manage teams and users: Add users to teams and give them access to specific or all, existing and/or new applications you monitor.
  • Focus on design: Developer tools do not need to be complicated and ugly. Our interface is kept clean and easy to use.

Catch errors, track performance, monitor hosts, detect anomalies — all in one tool.