Airbrake is excited to announce our SMS Beta. The SMS Beta is open to all US accounts on a Pro or higher account. Being able to quickly reply to errors has become increasingly important for airbrakers. We’ve been playing with the ‘SMS beta’ for a month and we’ll be overhauling the… continue reading →
We’ve just extended the Airbrake Gem to run from the command line. This make it easier to debug, create projects, raise exceptions and set deployments from the CLI. You can use Airbrake from the command line, get the Airbrake Gem from Ruby Gems or from the Airbrake Repo.
$ airbrake raise --api-key
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Today we’re proud to announce our JIRA5 integration. You can make JIRA issues from Airbrake errors viewable in your JIRA project! Integrate JIRA Click the Edit this Project button from your project’s info column on the left side of the page Select the Integrations Tab and select JIRA Enter your… continue reading →
Today we rolled out Pivotal Tracker integration. You can now view Airbrake errors from within Pivotal Tracker [PT], and link activity back into Airbrake as a PT comment on the error it’s self. This has been a long requested integration, and as PT users ourself we’re excited about it. Setting up…. continue reading →
Resque has been around for more than 3 years, but a little known feature is it’s integration with Airbrake. Previously referenced as Hoptoad in this post. A Failure backend that sends exceptions raised by jobs to Airbarke. To use it, put this code in an initializer, Rake task, or wherever:… continue reading →
Today we’re happy to announce tightly integrated HipChat integration. Each time a new notification happens hipchat is send a message, with the title, URL and occurrence count. This can be fine tuned on a per project basis. Instructions on setting it up are on our Knowledge base. A big thanks… continue reading →
Today we’re happy to announce Github Issue integration. Everyone will see this little button on the Error Summary page. Letting you send exceptions to Github Issues with one click. This is version 0.1, and we welcome feedback on the integration in this Thread. To set up Github integration you’ll need to… continue reading →
For the past few weeks we’ve been building Airbrake Chrome Extension. While there are a few third party tools available, we didn’t find anything that fitted our needs. The extension provides realtime web-socket notifications, a list view of exceptions and a button to replay errors. Replay an Exception. *Experimental For all exceptions… continue reading →
Today; I’m happy to announce that all accounts will have a comments tab on the exception detail view. Over the coming weeks, we’ll be improving the comments UI and linking it to our upcoming integrations improvements. If you have any suggestions or features requests, please send them to email@example.com.
John Manoogian @jm3 has built Airbrake + NewRelic Extension for Chrome, that provides Airbrake and NewRelic notification within the browser. You can download it from the Chrome Web Store, or repack it from his github Repo. We would like to thank John for using our API into this Extension. Have you… continue reading →