Airbrakers–thank you for your patience with our major May migration. You’ve asked us to share details of our new infrastructure and this will be the first of many posts where we peel off one aspect of our deployment and share our approach. Today we’re going to talk about our Frontend…. continue reading →
Monday saw 26 teams fight it out to become the “International Airbrake + Exceptional Charity Baggo Champion”. Teams were from Airbrake + Exceptional, RedisToGo, Trigger.io, Intercom, OpenSignalMaps, Heroku, HipChat, Iron.io, EngineYard, CircleCI, CodeForAmerica, Canonical, DolphinBrowser, singly.com, 42Floors, PivotalLabs, Pusher, VidCaster, UserVoice & Atlassian. We had a double bracket, with some companies entering multiple teams. EngineYard had three teams, with their ring leader Dr Nic arriving early to get some practice in and to psych… continue reading →
Earlier this month Airbrake processed its 8th billionth unique error, we’ve had peak days of 100 millon errors a day from our first wave of processing. Our rapidly expanding growth hit the limits of what Ruby could handle. After reviewing a few options node.js, Erlang, clojure we settled on Go as it provides… continue reading →
Airbrake and Exceptional welcome you to the first international charity exception throwing contest. We are seeking all semi-pro exception throwers in the Bay Area for a spectacular evening of ‘baggo‘. A company must provide two throwers and teams will compete in sudden death mode. Spectators can watch the world’s finest… continue reading →
Hear ye, hear ye! Sometimes rivers run backwards. Sometimes the sun disappears. Today two long-time competitors have become friends. That’s right. We could not be more excited to announce that the team behind Exceptional has acquired Airbrake. And–we’d like to give you the backstory. The Beginning Rewind the clock… continue reading →
We’ve recently updated the response of our list of ‘deploys via API’ to add user. There is an additional field ‘local-username’. Visit our Help site to find out how to setup deploy tracking. We’ve made it easier to view your API XML response. Just log into your settings, and the links… continue reading →
The Airbrake iOS Notifier is designed to give developers instant notification of problems that occur in their mobile apps. With just a few lines of code and a few extra files in your project, your app will automatically phone home whenever a crash or exception is encountered. These reports go… continue reading →
Craig Morris has just completed a new notifier for CakePHP 2.0. CakePHP is a rapid development framework for PHP. Configuration is as simple as dropping in the files and including them in the Bootstrap. app/Config/bootstrap.php
//Include our awesome error catcher..
Then tell Cake to use those classes as the error and exception handler in app/Config/core.php.
'handler' => 'AirbrakeError::handleError',
'level' => E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED,
'trace' => true
'handler' => 'AirbrakeError::handleException',
'renderer' => 'ExceptionRenderer',
'log' => true
We’re happy to announce that Airbrake is now available in the AppHarbor add-on catalog. AppHarbor is a fully hosted .NET Platform as a service; letting you scale and deploy any standard .NET applications. The first instance is free, with Additional instances costing $0.05/hr . Create an account at https://appharbor.com/user/new .
Last night we bumped our gem up to version 3.0.6. We’ve addressed a few lingering issues from 3.0.5. For a complete overview please see the changelog below. The Gem has already been published on RubyGems.org. Many thanks to everyone below for their contributions. Want to help out? Fork Airbrake, we… continue reading →