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 recently completely rewrote our npm package, adding new features such as a native AWS Lambda error handler, Express/Connect support, and more!
Based on customer feedback, Honeybadger has launched a suite of features that give you incredible control over how error alerts fit into your ops workflow.
This week we released some improvements to our Go client, which reports panics and errors from Go applications.
Attention Pythonistas: Honeybadger now supports reporting exceptions from Python and Django applications!
We just launched three great new integrations that will make it even easier to integrate Honeybadger into your operations workflow. I'm talking about Datadog, OpsGenie and VictorOps.
Reduce false alarms and make sure that every error alert goes to the right person with Honeybadger.
I'm always amazed when I think about how much our tiny team of engineers is able to accomplish in a year. So I thought it'd be fun to make a highlight reel of the things we're proudest of this year.
We are super excited to announce that Honeybadger and OpsGenie now work together. Now you can route Honeybadger alerts through to the developer on-call!
We are very proud to announce that Honeybadger now officially supports reporting exceptions and errors -- with advanced features such as nested exceptions and request data! -- from Java web applications.
Our new Java client makes it easy to get up...
Good news Elixir fans! Honeybadger now supports exception monitoring for Elixir. Let's take a look and see how easy it is to get started.
For over a year now you've been able to route your error notifications to PagerDuty. Now you can send outage notifications as well.
Ruby 2.1 and later support nested exceptions via the Exception#cause method. Now you can view these for any error reported to Honeybadger. This post gives a brief introduction to exception causes in Ruby, and shows you what they look like in the Honeybadger UI.
If you're a Go developer, we have some great news: you can now monitor your Go applications for panics and errors with Honeybadger! We've been working hard to create the same great error monitoring experience that our Ruby customers enjoy for the Go community, and we hope you'll love the results.
Have you ever wished you could use honeybadger on your iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch? Well now you can.
We're super excited to announce the release of the official Honeybadger app for iOS.
With this new app you'll get flexible push notifications for...
Honeybadger has integrated tightly with GitHub since we started, allowing you to jump directly to the bug in your source code and automatically managing issues for errors. Today I'm happy to announce that we're bringing all the features our GitHub...
When your site is totally unresponsive (i.e. down), it's a big deal. Oddly enough, application errors may not surface during major outages if the failure is outside of the application. That's why we built uptime monitoring into Honeybadger: in addition...
Today we're releasing a powerful new set of search features not only to help you find errors inside of Honeybadger, but to tell Honeybadger which errors you want to be notified of.
If there's one thing we've learned while building Honeybadger, it...