Crash Reporting

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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.

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Close the Loop with User Feedback

Everyone’s software crashes. As an engineer, you don’t feel your users’ frustration unless they reach out to customer support, write bad reviews, or tweet about it. This feedback is often lacking relevant information to resolve the issue. In some cases, you can re-engage with the customer, but that process is time-consuming and inefficient. Another option would be to examine the crash reports, but sometimes they don’t give sufficient insight to fix the problem.

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How tech leaders are prioritizing customer experience

The Tech Leaders' Tour is a series of events bringing tech leaders together to learn from each other about improving software quality and customer experience. This one was special because we are able to hold it in-person, in one of our favorite cities - Auckland, NZ, where there are no social distancing rules at the time of writing. In today's climate, technology companies are faced with many challenges. But one thing should remain the same - the focus on delivering value to the customer.

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Solving the Out of Memory Killer Puzzle

Instana recently introduced Crash Detector, which automatically detects and reports abnormal process terminations on all Linux machines running Linux kernel 4.8 and above. Instana utilizes the Extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) functionalities of the Linux kernel to hook into the kernel itself and start listening for process terminations.

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Resolve errors faster with Lightstep and Rollbar

Every day developers wade through a growing number of error alerts emerging from changes and issues across their interdependent systems. But identifying the critical errors and mapping them to the root cause and resolution involves too much unproductive, time-consuming guesswork. At Lightstep we’re always on the look for ways to make Observability best practices easier for any developer to adopt. Recently we’ve combined efforts with Rollbar, a platform for error monitoring and analysis.

Lightstep + Rollbar

At Lightstep we’re always on the look for ways to make Observability best practices easier for any developer to adopt. Recently we’ve combined efforts with Rollbar, a platform for error monitoring and analysis. In connecting our collective expertise, we’ve created workflows to remove the guesswork and improve error resolution in pre-production and production software.
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Debug JavaScript in Firefox in 7 easy steps

This article will focus on debugging JavaScript code within Firefox’s Developer Tools. The Dev Tools within Firefox are extremely powerful which will speed up finding and fixing bugs. We’ll be using Raygun Crash Reporting to find the stack trace and the line of code the error occurred on. You can sign up for a free 14-day trial here. So, let’s dive in!