This July, Backtrace was eager to head west to San Francisco as a first-time sponsor and exhibitor at NodeSummit. With somewhere between 800 and 1000 attendees, NodeSummit is the largest conference focused exclusively on Node.js, and is referred to as, “The Ecosystem of Node.” Knowing that in an ecosystem, each organism has its own niche or role to play, it was important that we knew what ours was. As Backtrace now offers turn-key crash management for the Electron App, we were specifically looking to engage and interact with the Electron developers at NodeSummit.
Back in May, we announced support for Breakpad, Crashpad, and minidump files. In that announcement, we included our official support for developers that maintain Electron Apps as well. It didn’t take long for companies building on Electron to sign up, and we’re thrilled to see them already successfully finding and fixing crashes through Backtrace. David Roe from Team.biz, a messaging app using Electron, was kind enough to share his experiences using Backtrace to make his Electron crashReporter submissions actionable.
Customer success stories are among our most prized assets. They validate our company mission to build the best crash management platform to improve every aspect of the debugging workflow. Plus, understanding how our customers are using us in practice helps us shape our roadmap. A recent story caught my attention that I wanted to share (read: brag).
Read more to learn about how a recent customer used Backtrace to ship code faster.
Backtrace is proud to announce that we’ve added another member to our growing family of workflow integrations. Our support for the Gitter chat room service is live and ready to help supercharge your debugging! Now, Backtrace can send you detailed crash notifications directly in your Gitter chat room.
Backtrace is excited to announce official support for Breakpad, Crashpad, and minidump crash formats, making crash management one fewer wheel you need to reinvent to ensure software quality. You can now monitor, understand, and resolve all of your C/C++ crashes across every major OS with the Backtrace platform.
If you maintain an Electron App, are looking for a Breakpad server, use Socorro, or need a solution to take control of your C/C++ crashes, read on for reasons you should seriously consider using Backtrace.