Java

Monitoring Java Application Logs with SolarWinds Papertrail

By Jason Skowronski in papertrail

October 24, 2018

Logging is the process of recording messages during the execution of a program, typically for troubleshooting operational problems or software bugs. Logs save valuable hours for both the support team and the developers by giving them contextual information to determine the cause of problems and how to fix 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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Spring MVC Exception Handling and Monitoring

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

November 27, 2017

The Spring Famework is the most popular framework for Java according to hotframeworks.com. It provides a model view controller (MVC) architecture and readily available components to develop flexible and loosely coupled web applications.

While Rollbar’s notifier works with any Java application, we’re going to show you how to set it up with Spring and how to try it out yourself with a working example app.

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