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Updates from Bugfender Q1, 2021

Welcome to the spring Bugfender newsletter! We’ve been working on the past months improving some of our SDKs, making it easier to integrate Bugfender thanks to API improvements and introducing some new features to make your debugging experience even better. Furthermore, we’ve been actively writing fresh content for our blog. Make sure you don’t miss out on our featured articles for this quarter below!

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How to use Bugfender with a Vue.js application

It is an exciting era for web developers with so many open-source frameworks and libraries around to help them. Of all the frameworks that have emerged in recent years, Vue.js stands out for its simplicity, adaptability and rapid load times. In this article, we will learn how to get started with Vue.js. We will also go through the steps to integrate and use Bugfender with a Vue.js application. We will build a simple TODO application, which will enable us to add, fetch, edit, and delete TODO items.

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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.

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How to debug your site performance with Chrome

It’s now more than 30 years since the first website was born. Its purpose, you ask? To provide information about the World Wide Web, of course. In the three decades that have elapsed since then, we’ve created around 6 billion more websites. Some, like that inaugural site about the internet itself, are devoted to providing information. Others allow us to buy and sell products. Others give us access to photos, videos and other forms of media.

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Updates from Bugfender Q4, 2020

Welcome to the Bugfender winter newsletter! We hope you had a great Christmas and new year. This quarter we’re bringing you a lot of insightful information on our blog. Take a good cup of coffee and find our latest recommended articles below. But first, let’s kick-off with the latest updates as we do on every quarterly newsletter: We hope you find all these updates useful!

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Android Studio and Xcode app debugging with Breakpoints: How to from Zero

To kick off our series on debugging for software developers, we tell you how to build breakpoints step by step using Xcode and breakpoint Android Studio to isolate key information about your app’s performance, and save crucial time during the process.

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End-to-End Testing on a JS App

There’s no doubt which programming language is winning the battle for global supremacy right now. JavaScript has powered past the 12 million developers mark, and 5 million of its loyal fans (some 40%) have come aboard within the last three years. Initially thought of as merely a Java spin-out, it is now used to power everything from machine learning libraries to space exploration robots. But to truly maximize the potential of JavaScript, developers have to implement an effective testing regime.