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Monitoring errors in WordPress

By Jason Skowronski in rollbar

November 6, 2018

WordPress is an open source blogging and website creation tool written in PHP and MySQL. It is a highly flexible content management system (CMS) that enables you to build and manage your website using just your web browser. According to a W3Techs survey, WordPress is used by 31.8% of all websites. We’ve created an example app to demonstrate how errors are handled in WordPress. Also, we’ll show you how Rollbar can help you monitor and display errors on a dashboard.

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How to Monitor Errors in Magento 2 the Easy Way

By Jason Skowronski in rollbar

October 25, 2018

In this post, we’ll show you how to enable exception printing and monitor errors in Magento 2 applications, both using the native exception log and the popular error monitoring solution Rollbar. Rollbar will give you an overview of all the errors happening on your store, how many customers are affected, and debugging information to find the root cause.

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Win-Win Deployment Strategies for Modern Apps

By Jason Skowronski and Sadequl Hussain in rollbar

September 12, 2018

Today, modern applications need frequent updates to deliver on business objectives with fast turnaround time. The days of months- or years-long release cycles are gone. Modern applications may be deployed on short notice multiple times per day. This gives the enterprise more agility to make changes that deliver business value faster. Now product teams can iterate on new versions of the product quickly, testing the impact on key metrics and fixing problems immediately.

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Error tracking with Vue.js

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

August 8, 2018

We’ll show you how to add error handling in a Vue application to capture caught and uncaught errors. This gives you an opportunity to recover and update what’s presented to the user, as well as track the error to prioritize fixes.

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Top 10 PHP errors from 1,000+ projects (and how to avoid them)

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

July 29, 2018

To give back to our community of developers, we looked at our database of thousands of projects and found the top 10 errors in PHP apps. We’re going to show you what causes them and how to prevent them. Avoiding these “gotchas” will make you a better developer.

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Error monitoring in Golang

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

July 2, 2018

If you’re used to languages like Java or Javascript, then Go’s way of handling errors will be new to you. We will give a brief introduction on how error handling works in Go, then cover how you can monitor errors in production apps.

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Tracking errors after deployments with Rollbar and CircleCI

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

June 21, 2018

Rollbar integrates with your CI/CD system to track when deployments are promoted to production. When an error occurs, it looks up the deployed version in GitHub. You’ll be able to see the code changes that caused the error in just a few clicks.

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Errors on the world’s top 100 websites and how to avoid them

By Jennifer Marsh in Rollbar

June 12, 2018

Even the most popular sites in the world have errors hidden behind the scenes. If errors happen on these popular sites, it can happen on your company’s website too. We’ll show you the most common errors and how to avoid them.

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Monitoring Errors in Android Apps

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

June 8, 2018

When developing mobile apps it’s important to monitor errors so that you can understand your user’s experience. Rollbar’s Android SDK lets you track and analyze errors that happen in your Android native applications, and even trace problems to backend services and third party APIs.

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Top 10 errors from 1000+ Ruby on Rails projects (and how to avoid them)

By Phil Nash in Rollbar

April 18, 2018

To give back to our community of developers, we looked at our database of thousands of projects and found the top 10 errors in Ruby on Rails projects. We’re going to show you what causes them and how to prevent them from happening. If you avoid these “gotchas,” it’ll make you a better developer.

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