Have you ever wanted to update all your errors at once, or set defaults for incoming errors? Well, we are releasing some helpful tools for error management that we call Honeybadger Actions.
Are you on DEV? Did you know that it's open-source, and that it uses Honeybadger? We just launched a new feature to help communities like DEV fix more errors together!
The ability to search through individual error events (we call them Notices) has been one of our most requested features. Today we are shipping an updated section to our Errors page that allows you to do exactly that.
It's time to throw out the Silicon Valley bullshit that perpetuates the idea of "F*ck-You Money."
Do you love to learn about programming languages, and thrive in a dynamic remote environment? If so, you could be the next Honeybadger.
We added a useful debugging tool called Breadcrumbs. Check them out, and perhaps you will never need a random debug log in production ever again.
Honeybadger and Slack have partnered up again and have been hard at work pushing error monitoring to the limit. Why? Because bugs and exceptions don't rest, and neither do Honeybadger and Slack. We’ve rebuilt the Slack integration.
Stop the presses! We've just added a small but really cool new feature to your Honeybadger account: search key autocomplete.
Good news, 'badgers! We just shipped an official Vue.js integration for Honeybadger. When your Vue apps are on fire, Honeybadger alerts you of exceptions in real-time, helping to identify the root cause so that you can fix them—fast.
As fall arrives, our thoughts turn to cozy sweaters, pumpkin-spice lattes, and wicked new Honeybadger features. We're particularly proud of our new GitLab integration.
Join Marcel Pociot as he walks through building a Honeybadger custom resource tool for Laravel Nova.
Last week we released version 4.0.0 of the `honeybadger` Ruby gem. This release includes a long-awaited feature which makes it even easier to customize your error reports before they are sent to Honeybadger. We also did some much-needed refactoring, and made a few removals and deprecations for good measure. Don't worry, though—most of the API remains unchanged, so upgrading should be a relatively painless process for most users.
We recently shipped version 3.2 of the honeybadger Ruby Gem, which includes a new feature to make it easier to add context to your error reports.
This month we released a new version of our hex package, which includes a major refactor of the internal client logic as well as some new features, improvements, and bug fixes.
Here at Honeybadger we want to give you a complete picture of your application's health. That's why we include uptime & latency monitoring with all our plans. We've been hard at work making our uptime system even better; making it suitable not only to check web pages, but also APIs.
If you're a regular Honeybadger user, you may have noticed that search looks a little different. We recently launched a new query builder that not only looks better, but also makes it a snap to construct advanced search queries.