Exploring the Value of your Google Cloud Logs and Metrics

With our ability to ingest GCP logs and metrics into Splunk and Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring, there’s never been a better time to start driving value out of your GCP data. We’ve already started to explore this with the great blog from Matt here: Getting to Know Google Cloud Audit Logs. Expanding on this, there’s now a pre-built set of dashboards available in a Splunkbase App: GCP Application Template for Splunk!


Getting started with Raygun Crash Reporting using Raygun4Android

Building native mobile apps can be a daunting challenge. Even if you ignore the choice of building separate iOS/Android apps or using cross-platform technology, writing native apps is hard. The development process of native apps involves a lot of testing and debugging. While the app is still under initial development this usually happens on test devices of the developers or dedicated testers. When problems arise or the app crashes, these incidents are often observable and can be debugged.


Top Three Threats Facing US Government Employees Amid Telework

We’re all familiar with what happened in 2020. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, organizations worldwide were forced to send their workforces home. Along with the private sector, federal, state and local government agencies and departments across the United States implemented telework programs. Now that we’ve been living with telework for a year now, I wanted to understand how it has affected the government sector.


5 ways the best mobile teams use release trains for increased speed and efficiency

Releasing with speed and confidence is every mobile team’s dream. To help you on that journey, mobile release trains can introduce a quicker release model and faster mobile cycles — making distributed development teams, that work on different parts of an application, become more aligned — regardless of their size.


Mobile Automation Testing Tools: Appium, Testsigma, TestComplete and more

With the rising competition in the app industry, mobile testing without automation seems out of the picture. You can’t imagine frequent deployments or a faster time to market without automating your tests. There are plenty of automation tools and frameworks available in the market for both Android and iOS. In this article, we will discuss some of the best mobile automation testing tools that can help you in releasing quality apps on time. 1.


Mobile web testing - 3 approaches that will make your life easy

The world isn’t new to the mobile-first approach. Call it convenience or anything else — people are consuming content on their mobile phones more than their desktops and this will only increase in the near future. According to Statista, at least 50% of global online traffic is driven by mobile users. We were going through Adobe Retail Shopping Insights (2020) and found out that more than 42% of consumers have done their holiday shopping via smartphones.


How to Log the Web Vitals Of a Next.js App Using Bugfender

Next.js is a complete React framework that provides a rich experience for developers in building web applications. You get a fast and reliable refresh on code changes, support for TypeScript and the ability to create a hybrid static and server-side rendered page. The file system and API routing features make it a go-to React solution for server-side applications.


Top 8 Work Management Apps to Improve Your Bottom Line

Someday, artificial intelligence will break time boundaries, days will have more hours in them, but still not enough for us. The thing is, it’s not about how much time you have but how you use it. In this sense, technologies can help us today. “Time is money” is a well–worn cliché and although it sounds hollow, it is by no means devoid of meaning.