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Aug 29, 2019 | By Mehak Garg
What’s better than an SDK that supports iOS? One that also supports macOS! With the latest version of rollbar-ios (v1.8.1), Rollbar now supports crash monitoring for macOS. You can use Rollbar to monitor, triage, and debug crashes and errors on both iOS and macOS. What else, you ask? We’re excited about some significant improvements for both iOS and macOS. Read on for the details. Real-time crash monitoring & debugging for macOS
Aug 15, 2019 | By Lotanna Nwose
In this tutorial, you will be introduced to errors tracking in Angular 7 using the errorHandler class and Rollbar. This is the last part of the Angular 7 error handling series, you can refer to the first part here, and the second part here. In this series, you have been introduced earlier to handling client side errors and then HTTP errors gracefully in Angular 7 with tools like errorHandlers, Interceptors and even RxJS operators.
Aug 7, 2019 | By Mehak Garg
Does your team use Azure DevOps for tracking work? You’re going to love our latest integration if that’s the case. You can now create and resolve Work Items in Azure DevOps directly from Rollbar, making error monitoring and debugging even faster. This is the latest addition to our toolkit for the Microsoft ecosystem (read about our Azure Active Directory integration). It reinforces our mission to help software developers build software quickly and painlessly.
Jul 31, 2019 | By Hemant Jain
Tools like Rollbar have changed the way development teams are recording and managing their exceptions. What used to be a very personal developer-by-developer activity can now be a team-wide tool for greater transparency, and increased application quality. But many still treat exception monitoring as a developer activity, and they are not leveraging its benefits across all environments, from development to stage and integration, to systems testing and production.
Jul 23, 2019 | By Vince Power
As Java has evolved over the years, multiple attempts have been made to simplify development for various use cases. From official standards like Java Enterprise Edition, to community-driven frameworks, Java is continuing to prove itself to be adaptable and viable. Our top list is based on usage from Hotframework.com's Java ranking and several other sources including blog posts and GitHub download numbers.