Honeybadger

2012
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Feb 6, 2020   |  By Joshua Wood
Breadcrumbs can help you debug client-side JavaScript applications, and are available to all Honeybadger customers as of today. One of the things that makes fixing JavaScript errors so difficult is that everything happens on the client-side. When an obscure error happens in a callback, you often lack the context to reproduce it. If the error is critical, you may even resort to deploying debug code to get more information about the events leading up to it.
Feb 4, 2020   |  By Julie Kent
You know Big-O is important - not only for acing your next job interview but for knowing how code works at scale. But have you ever taken the time to go beyond a superficial understanding of the subject? In this article, Julie Kent uses equal parts math and Ruby to reveal the beating heart of Big-O and show us how it ticks.
Jan 28, 2020   |  By Jos M. Gilgado
Have you ever dealt with a unicode bug? Where plain text — the substance you work with all day — can no longer be trusted? It can be disorienting to say the least! This article will help prepare you so that the next time that happens you’ll be able to spend less time hyperventilating and more time troubleshooting.
Nov 18, 2019   |  By Ben Findley
Here at Honeybadger, we are big fans of GitHub Actions' workflow automation and CI/CD features. We like it so much that we decided to add two of our own contributions to the community! Now you can trace stacks at light speed by uploading your source maps to Honeybadger directly from GitHub using your original, un-minified Javascript code.
Oct 30, 2019   |  By Benjamin Curtis
Introducing the pg_partition_manager gem: It helps you easily maintain PostgreSQL partitioned tables that need to be created and dropped over time as you add and expire time-based data in your application.