Ali Shakiba is an invaluable asset to our engineering team. Originally from Ahvaz, Iran, Ali came to America for graduate school and then joined us here at Rollbar last November.
ASP.NET MVC is a modern web development framework that combines the features of MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture for better separation of concerns and the best parts of the ASP.NET platform.
We’ll show you an example of how to catch errors and exceptions in ASP.NET MVC using a global action filter. We’ll also show you how to track them in Rollbar’s error monitoring service. This will give you real time visibility into your errors in production. It also captures person data and other context from your app so you can solve errors faster.
Cisco Spark is a enterprise collaboration platform from Cisco that includes messaging, video conferencing, desk phones, and digital whiteboards to mention a few.
If your organization uses Cisco Spark, using Rollbar with it has just got easier. Depending on your setup, you can now receive Rollbar alerts not just in your messaging apps but also on that giant screen in the meeting room.
We're happy to introduce software engineer Zachary Collins, who joined Rollbar in January. Originally from Conway, Arkansas, Zachary lived in Japan for two years before making his way back to San Francisco and eventually joining Rollbar.
Rollbar is happy to announce our official .NET error monitoring SDK. This new .NET SDK is more rreliable, supports all of the popular .NET platforms (NET Standard, .NET Framework, .NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, UWP, Mono, Xamarin), easy to configure, multithreading friendly, and more.
Rollbar helps you monitor errors in production applications. It provides you with a live error feed from your applications, including complete stack traces and contextual data to debug errors quickly. It also lets you easily understand your user experience by tracking who is affected by each error. Check out our features page to learn more about how it can help you.
At Rollbar, we use Clubhouse to manage our software projects. One of the many ways we use it is for tracking issues in product releases. We'd have an epic in Clubhouse for each release, and create stories for bugs associated with the release that we need to fix. This is especially useful when we're working on service packs.
We are excited to release our new Account Dashboard! The Account Dashboard gives your engineering team insight into errors across multiple Rollbar projects. This insight provides an overview of how each application and service is performing, so you can quickly identify and drill down into problem areas and error trends.