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The 2023 guide to React debugging

As React is the most popular JavaScript framework for creating component-based applications, you have access to a solid ecosystem of tools, resources, and best practices that can help with React debugging when something goes wrong. To create a high-quality React application, you can’t skip over the debugging phase of your software development life cycle including everything from addressing error messages coming up in the development phase to monitoring live errors in production.


Instana and Instabug Join Forces To Increase Efficiency with Mobile-to-Server Overview of Network Flows

Instana and Instabug are closing the end-to-end visibility gap for mobile app teams and the operations teams that support them. By enabling developers and SREs to seamlessly connect on-device and backend network flows, teams can – for the first time – resolve app quality incidents quickly and definitively.


How to handle Android exceptions and avoid application crashes

Let’s start by stating the obvious: an exception is a problem that occurs during the runtime of a program which disrupts its conventional flow and exception handling is the process of responding to an exception. In Android, not handling an exception will lead to your application crashing and you seeing the dreaded “App keeps stopping” dialog. This makes handling exceptions incredibly important, and let’s face it: no one is going to use an app that continually crashes.


Crash Reporting & Real User Monitoring for React applications

In this blog post, I’m going to talk about how to integrate Raygun4JS with React at a deeper level than what is provided out-of-the-box. None of these things are needed for Raygun4JS to do its primary job (reporting errors that happen on your website) but provide useful extra value for determining how your React application is performing and what is going wrong when an error occurs.


RUM now offers React Native Crash Reporting and Error Tracking

React Native has become the predominant development framework for cross-platform mobile applications. By interacting with native APIs largely under the hood and requiring only a fractional proportion of platform-specific code, it allows you to build applications for iOS, Android, and the browser using the same declarative JavaScript. But this cross-platform adaptability has its downsides.


15 best iOS crash reporting tools for 2023

Picking the best iOS crash reporting tools available in 2023 is a tall order. The market has continued to get more competitive, and a best-in-breed tool needs to monitor crashes, generate crash reports, filter and group errors, plus perform other tasks on top. In this article, we’ve collected the 15 best iOS crash reporting tools to help you make the right decision for your particular requirements.


Search all apps - understand the impact of an error across your entire tech stack

One of the most requested features for Crash Reporting has been the ability to perform a search across all of your applications rather than by one application at a time (the default behavior). It’s not hard to see why it’s a popular feature request - rather than manually performing the same search across many applications, it would be super handy to perform one search and understand the impact of the search results across all of your applications immediately.


How to improve your Crash Free Users score in minutes

If you’re reading this blog, you likely already know the importance of quality software. But with the overwhelming number of metrics that can be monitored and improved, development teams are struggling with what metrics they should prioritize to have the most significant impact. The Crash Free Users score in Raygun is a perfect place for development teams who care about software quality to focus their efforts.


Crash Course in Crash Grouping

Supporting large applications with enormous crash volumes can be a real pain in the hindquarters. It is extraordinarily difficult for organizations to optimally dispatch engineering resources without excellent data and proper tooling. At BugSplat, we recently upgraded the tooling we provide to developers so that they can group related crashes and better target their support efforts, deliver more stable applications, and deliver more value to their customers.