Effectively handling browser-generated errors, like much of web development, has long been a difficult, error-prone and highly arcane practice. Browser differences, inline event handlers, frameworks and plugins without canonical error-handling attachment points, and callback hell have all contributed to the bruxism that plagues front-end devs. Airbrake exists to make devs lives easier,… continue reading →
Today I’m happy to announce the release of Airbrake 3.0. This is a big release for the team and we’ve made hundreds of commits to deliver an updated API, new UI and many other upgrades to Airbrake App. These are the first step to a new platform to deliver the… continue reading →
Great news: I’m back in the UK and we’re throwing a drinkup for all our developer friends on Wednesday, the 17th of July. Come and join us at the Bar Music Hall in Shoreditch for a high five and a few drinks. Meet new people and chat about your latest… continue reading →
Hi, my name is Spike Grobstein and I’m a Sr. DevOps Engineer at Ticket Evolution; since 2010, we’ve been a SaaS provider that handles real-time execution, clearing and settlement of event ticket trades. If you ever purchased a ticket to a sports game online, or called a broker for seats… continue reading →
Production Monitoring: The Key Step Towards Continuous Delivery This Wednesday at 11am PT / 2pm ET, we’re co-hosting a webinar on continuous delivery with the Assembla team. Continuous Delivery is about delivering code continuously so you can gather feedback and innovate in real time. But you can’t get there all at… continue reading →
With Rails conf currently underway and Rail 4.0 getting increasing interest, we’re excited to announce full Rails 4 (beta 1) support with our latest Airbrake gem, version 3.1.12. Download from http://rubygems.org/gems/airbrake
Version 3.1.12 - 2013-04-29 18:48:40 +0200
Arvind Kunday (1):
Removing the .erb template handler
Hrvoje Šimić (8):
introducing null logger for fallback
add missing logger requirement
being careful with silencing of rake backtrace in the airbrake:test task
support for Rails 4.0
start using remote XSD file when verifying XML in tests
throw a warning for unsupported user attributes
updating outdated step definition for current user feature
speeding up the test by using 'runner' instead of 'server'
Fix Airbrake::Sender#log to log messages when logger is not passed to options.
Found a bug? Want a feature? Create an issue on Github.
Portland Meetup What A drinkup with Ben Arent and David Palm from Airbrake, Exceptional, RedisToGo, the startup community, other Airbrakers and OpenStack Crew. When Tuesday 16th April at 6:00pm Where Deschutes Brewery and Public House Signup Portland City Stats via Intercom. Airbrakers. 168 Oldest Airbrakers: two accounts over 5 years old. Woot woot. Vintage… continue reading →
As part of todays Exceptional acquisitions, we’re proud to announce our Airbrake will be joining the Rackspace family along with Exceptional. Exceptional could not be more excited to announce that we are joining Rackspace! Our team has tripled in size in the past year to keep up with demand for… continue reading →
Moscow Meetup What A drinkup with Jonathan Siegel from Airbrake, the startup community and other Airbrakers When Thursday 7th March at 6:30pm Where Punch & Judy Signup Use this form to signup Moscow City Stats via Intercom. Airbrakers. 188 Oldest Airbrakers: Seven accounts over 4 years old Thanks to everyone… continue reading →
Airbrake hit one million gem downloads this week! Cheers and streamers! Fireworks! Champagne for everyone! Our diligent frisbee packing, our international meet-ups, our long hours of coding into the night weren’t just for fun. You like us! You really like us! Or you just like being told when your site’s… continue reading →