Honeybadger

Aug 7, 2018
2012
Seattle, WA, USA
Nov 29, 2018   |  By Joshua Wood
Vue.js. It's so hot right now. Hot like the sub-Saharan desert: a perfect climate for Honeybadgers. Good news, 'badgers! We just shipped an official Vue.js integration for Honeybadger. When your Vue apps are on fire, Honeybadger alerts you of exceptions in real-time, helping to identify the root cause so that you can fix them—fast.
Oct 8, 2018   |  By Starr Horne
As fall arrives, our thoughts turn to cozy sweaters, pumpkin-spice lattes, and wicked new Honeybadger features. We're particularly proud of our new GitLab integration. More and more people are moving to GitLab these days, drawn by the privacy of a self-hosted solution or by its growing suite of developer tools. With this release Honeybadger supports your self-hosted or managed GitLab, just like we've always supported GitHub and BitBucket.
Oct 2, 2018   |  By Marcel Pociot
In the last weeks, I've been working with the team from Honeybadger on a custom resource tool to add Honeybadger error tracking output to Laravel Nova. It's a great addition to Nova and allows the developer to easily get access to error tracking information that, for example, is associated with specific users.
Sep 9, 2018   |  By Joshua Wood
I'm on the 6:10pm Amtrak Cascades out of Seattle, scheduled to arrive in Portland at 10:00pm. After two intense days in Bellevue, I'm exhausted, but wired. A group of young guys two rows up are loudly discussing their favorite AWS services; I wonder if they're also returning from ElixirConf, but then I remember that this is Seattle—half the city works in tech.
Aug 31, 2018   |  By Joshua Wood
Last week we released version 4.0.0 of the honeybadger Ruby gem. This release includes a long-awaited feature which makes it even easier to customize your error reports before they are sent to Honeybadger. We also did some much-needed refactoring, and made a few removals and deprecations for good measure. Don't worry, though—most of the API remains unchanged, so upgrading should be a relatively painless process for most users.