Rollbar

2012
San Francisco, CA, USA
Nov 13, 2019   |  By Rollbar
Four Million Salesforce Developers Can Now Find and Fix Errors in Apex Apps in Real-Time
Nov 12, 2019   |  By Mehak Garg
We're very exited to bring all the error monitoring and debugging capabilities of Rollbar to Salesforce Apex applications. According to Salesforce, millions of developers and thousands of independent software vendors develop customized applications using Apex to extend the fuctionality of Salesforce. A few months ago, when some of our customers reached out and asked us for an error monitoring solution for their Salesforce Apex developers, our engineering team jumped on the task.
Nov 5, 2019   |  By Marcelo Oliveira
Traditionally, Quality Assurance (QA) has been a very manual process. Our QA teams do an amazing job running through test plans, finding critical bugs, and logging reports. But it can be a lot of work to run through the tests again and again, dig into the errors to provide the contextual information developers need to fix bugs quickly, and prepare the reports your developers need to find and fix errors in the codebase.
Oct 24, 2019   |  By Cory Virok
We sat down with Rollbar CTO, Cory Virok, for a Q&A on how his leadership role and industry expertise helped create an enterprise solution for today’s modern software company.
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
Oct 6, 2016   |  By Rollbar
Introducing a better error monitoring workflow for Rollbar + Atlassian
Aug 14, 2016   |  By Amitav Roy
In this code I will show you how to use Rollbar as a service to track the errors and exceptions in your application which will in the long run help you have a stable application and help reduce errors.