Improved iOS stack traces

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Today we’re pleased to announce that we’ve updated our symbolication process to improve your iOS stack traces. Symbolication is where we run your iOS crash reports and dSYM files through a process that converts the memory addresses into a readable stack trace. This is an important process that makes it much easier for you to…

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10 new Raygun features: #9 Quick new version of the Raygun Sidekick

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Hot on the heels of  Jason’s better iOS error grouping feature from our 10 New Raygun Features In 10 Days campaign, he also took the opportunity to released a new version of the Raygun Sidekick. This new version fixes a signing issue that was making it difficult to start the app for the first time,…

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10 new Raygun features: #8 Better iOS error grouping

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On day 8 of our 10 New Raygun Features In 10 Days campaign, we challenged Jason to work on improving the iOS error grouping for Raygun. Up until now, iOS crash reports have been grouped together in Raygun by the exception messages. It would be far better to include the backtrace as part of the…

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10 new Raygun features: #7 Source content support

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Speaking of small features that make a big difference (like Callum’s Faster error grouping selection), on day 5 of our 10 New Raygun Features In 10 Days campaign, we asked Alex to work on the source content support, a feature of source maps that Raygun didn’t use to support.  The addition of this feature makes…

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10 new Raygun features: #5 Fast error group selection

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After the great feedback we’ve gotten from Jeremy’s instant bulk deletes feature, on day 5 of our 10 New Raygun Features In 10 Days campaign, we challenged Callum to make the error group selection process even better and faster. This was another much requested feature and one sure makes life a lot easier! Now, when…

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