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Troubleshooting Errors and Performance Issues in Laravel

on April 26, 2019

In a perfect world, there wouldn’t be any errors or bugs in production applications. However, we don’t live in a perfect world, and from experience, you know there is no such thing as a bug-free application. If you are using the Laravel framework, you can leverage its log tracking and error logging to catch bugs early and enhance the performance of your Laravel-based application. Laravel comes pre-packaged with tools to help you track and monitor events.

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Splunk Cloud vs. Loggly: 2019 Speed Test

on April 24, 2019

The core ability to search through logs quickly and intuitively is the most important feature a log management system brings to the table. Being able to quickly and efficiently search through logs generated by an infrastructure stack allows DevOps professionals to rapidly find and address problems, as well as confirm deployments and configuration changes. Because raw speed has such a direct impact on the usefulness of these products, we will compare to see which performs the best.

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Troubleshooting Common ASP.NET MVC Problems

on April 3, 2019

The Microsoft release of ASP.NET Web Forms had most .NET developers excited for a new framework to replace old Classic ASP scripting. However, Web Forms made it tedious to keep track of page states resulting in spaghetti code for many web projects. When MVC was introduced, it made web development much easier with the model, view, controller structure. But it also introduced its own complications, and many.NET programmers ran into challenges when switching to MVC.

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