On October 10 we’re going to be removing the performance metrics tab from Honeybadger.
Ever wish you could monitor your PHP apps with the same features of your Ruby ones? Introducing Honeybadger for PHP.
Starr deploys a simple Sinatra application to Amazon's EC2 Container Service (ECS) and load-balances it across two availability zones.
Honeybadger is proud to be a bootstrapped business. We like that we've maintained control of our product vision. But it's not an easy road. Here are a few things you should know.
We are sponsoring Rocky Mountain Ruby 2016, a one-day conference in Denver, CO. Get details and enter to win a free ticket.
Email is out of control. Newsletters, lists, financial transactions, errors and warnings all show up daily; and dealing with them individually takes a considerable amount of time. Here, Adam Dill of DailyDrip shares his workflow for managing his email notifications.
We are excited to announce that AlertOps is now integrated with Honeybadger!
I recently found myself using `URI.join` to construct certain some redirect URLs. But I quickly ran into a problem. `URI.join` wasn't behaving like I expected. In this post we trace the unexpected behavior through the source of `URI.join` and back to the original RFC.
Thanks to all who entered our ElixirConf 2016 ticket giveaway. After 127 submissions, it ultimately came down to one winner.
Our co-founder and resident human exception tracker, Josh, recently went to Monitorama 2016. He brought back goodies to share with our team!
I want to extend a super Honeybadger welcome to our very first hire, Sophia Le. Sophia joined us last month as our official Marketing Coordinator, and she's already making a big difference around here. We couldn't be more excited to have her join the team!
We are giving away a free ticket to ElixirConf 2016!
AptWatcher is a tiny Sinatra app that notifies your Slack channel about pending apt package updates.
We're talking official support for more platforms, as well as integrations with ops tools and customer service portals!
We have a new version of our Read API that provides additional data and advanced search.
Our npm package can now send us request metrics for Connect, Express and other Node.js web frameworks (or you can roll your own!).
In this post we discuss at length how we use Elixir to monitor application logs for our Heroku customers so that we can report additional types of errors.
Last week we released some improvements to our Go client, which reports panics and errors from Go applications. You can now configure the client to ignore errors in development/test mode.
We just launched an integration with Intercom to track which users encountered errors.
We recently completely rewrote our npm package, adding new features such as a native AWS Lambda error handler, Express/Connect support, and more!