Raygun

Wellington, NZ
2013
  |  By Laura Marwick
From the first introduction of Core Web Vitals, Google has maintained that these user experience metrics will keep evolving. Since 2022, the Google team has been testing Interaction to Next Paint (INP), a new interactivity metric, and asking for feedback from the development community. Late in 2023, they announced that INP would replace FID as a Core Web Vital. The transition to INP is effective from March 2024.
  |  By Deacon McIntyre
Before the Raygun API limited release last year, we'd been consistently receiving requests for a public API for a long time, to provide a way for our customers to access their Raygun data programmatically. We're now proud to say we're providing a public API with a range of endpoints, but it took us a lot of planning and development to get here! In this post, I'd like to take you back to the beginning of development on our big API project. Specifically, I want to walk through the pivotal decisions we made around testing when we started development on the project, and how (and why) these have paid off.
  |  By Ollie Bannister
In 2024, JavaScript is bigger than ever. The ecosystem is just as huge, and almost impossible to keep track of – so I’ve had a go at picking out 2024’s most essential JS tools for you. In part 1 of this series, we reviewed runtimes and package managers, the foundational building blocks of your software project. So in part 2, we’re analyzing the tools which form the walls and roof that give your software project its structure: frameworks and static site generators.
  |  By Ollie Bannister
JavaScript is bigger than ever, and the ecosystem is nothing short of overwhelming. In this JS toolbox 2024 series, we’ve selected and analyzed the most noteworthy JS tools, so that you don’t have to. In part 1 of this series, we explored the foundations of any JavaScript project: Runtime environments and package management. In part 2, we focused on JavaScript frameworks and static site generators.
  |  By Ollie Bannister
JavaScript remains the world’s leading programming language, and with TypeScript now ascending to third most popular, JavaScript is bigger than ever! As a result, there’s a bewildering range of tools on offer for JavaScript developers. And just as any durable structure needs a solid foundation, successful JavaScript projects rely heavily on starting with the right tools.
  |  By Ollie Bannister
Staying ahead of the curve in JavaScript development requires keeping on top of the ever-evolving landscape of tools and technologies. As we head into 2024, the sprawling world of JavaScript development tools will continue to transform, offering more refined, efficient, and user-friendly options. This ‘JS Toolbox 2024’ series is your one-stop for a comprehensive overview of the latest and most impactful tools in the JavaScript ecosystem.
  |  By Jasen Palmer
In the expanding world of APIs, meaningful error responses can be just as important as well-structured success responses. In this post, I'll take you through some of the different options for creating responses that I've encountered during my time working at Raygun. We'll go over the pros and cons of some common options, and end with what I consider to be one of the best choices when it comes to API design, the Result Pattern. This pattern can lead to an API that will cleanly handle error states and easily allow for consistent future endpoint development.
  |  By Zheng Li
You know the feeling: You’re right in the middle of cracking a really convoluted coding problem, when an urgent support ticket pops up. It’s not just any ticket; it’s from a VIP customer with a high-severity issue demanding resolution within an hour. You have to drop what you’re doing and scramble, completely context-switching and losing all your momentum.
  |  By Sumitra Manga
Like any leadership role, leading an engineering team in a mature, compact company like Raygun comes with both honor and responsibility. Leading a major development project is a bit like conducting a symphony orchestra, where every individual plays a crucial role and has a great impact on the work they release to customers and end-users.
  |  By Jared Scholz
In the world of software development, quickly finding and fixing errors drives better experiences for both end-users and developers. One key tool in this process is the symbol map, which records debugging information that was lost in the compilation process. Symbol maps (or source maps if we're talking JavaScript) connect the code developers write to the minified code in production, making it easier to decipher crashes by pinpointing the exact source code that caused the error.
  |  By Raygun
To balance frequent deployment and reliability, Vend needs to maintain 100% visibility into each release. Vend’s engineering team uses Raygun to maintain shipping velocity by giving clarity into the root cause of issues.
  |  By Raygun
Join us for an exclusive Founder & Friends episode featuring Scott Hanselman, renowned technology expert and host of popular podcasts such as Hanselminutes, Azure Friday, Ratchet and the Geek. Discover the insights, experiences, and wisdom of Scott as he takes us behind the scenes of his successful career and shares his perspectives on the tech industry, work-life balance, and much more! JD and Scott are ready to dive into stories and experiences that have shaped their professional journeys and made them the successful individuals they are today.
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On the next episode of Founder & Friends, JD is joined by Principal Engineer Dr Panos Patros. Just a peak at his resume will show you the breadth of experience Panos holds. He's been a Key Researcher, a Professor in Computer Science and has multiple academic articles published. He's now a leading contributor of our Raygun engineering team. JD will dive into his passion for performance engineering and deep understanding of server-side monitoring.
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Build perfect digital experiences with Raygun.
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Build perfect digital experiences with Raygun.
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In this episode, JD is joined by Sumitra Manga, Engineering Lead, to chat about the latest launch in alerting.... MICROSOFT TEAMS!
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Join LIVE as CE and Co-Founder John-Daniel Trask is joined by Principal Engineer Sean Chapman to discuss the recent launch of our Public API.
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Get the full Raygun tour in 15 action-packed minutes ⚡️
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Episode 2: Proactive Error Resolution Workflows with Arisha Singh
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This eBook covers real-world examples and advice from tech leaders. Use their knowledge to help you deliver application updates faster and provide a better user experience during your digital transformation process.
  |  By Raygun
You've initiated a digital transformation (DX) strategy in your company, and your software team is onboard for the changes that you'll be making to software and processes. But how can you manage and observe the effect of your DX process on your customers and how they experience your software?
  |  By Raygun
Discover how modern APM is helping software teams globally gain deeper insights into how their applications are performing in production environments, and how faster MTTR (Mean Time To Resolution) is easily within reach.
  |  By Raygun
Learn how teams are revolutionizing the way they build and maintain their applications with this free software intelligence ebook.
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Want to be as effective as possible whilst on-call? This free ebook from Raygun will help ensure your team is prepared for when things go bump in the night!
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Download this free ebook to learn how to implement an effective ChatOps workflow to make issue management and resolution easy within software development teams.
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Download this free ebook to learn how to build robust JavaScript applications and ensure effective error monitoring is in place
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This error monitoring whitepaper from Raygun explores how automating software quality liberates teams, so development is proactive rather than reactive.
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Increasingly, organizations of every type will start to think of applications as a critical component to their continued growth and success.

Raygun is a Software Intelligence Platform that gives companies visibility into software problems. Errors, crashes and slow loading pages and scripts affecting end users are automatically detected, enabling teams to build excellent user experiences.

Spot every bug. Discover every performance issue. Ship new features faster and deliver flawless user experiences. Raygun enables you to build stronger, faster and more resilient web and mobile applications for your customers.

Three powerful products. One neat package.

  • Uncover performance bottlenecks: Identify server-side performance issues and go deeper than ever before. Know the answers to your performance problems and never be left guessing.
  • Fix bugs with greater speed: Diagnose and resolve issues users experience. Pinpoint root causes, without having to rely on logs, support tickets and incomplete information.
  • Deliver flawless software experiences: Ensure users have fast and reliable user experiences whilst using your web and mobile apps. Improve NPS, retention and customer satisfaction.

Successful software starts here.