My new pro­ject: Ex­cep­tion­Base.NET

blog-bannerIn the last few months I've been work­ing on a new pro­ject called Ex­cep­tion­Base.NET which al­lows .NET de­vel­op­ers to track ex­cep­tions that oc­cur in their pub­lished ap­pli­ca­tions. These ex­cep­tions will be sub­mit­ted to a data­base where they can be man­aged, grouped, and fixed. For those in­ter­ested in such a so­lu­tion, I cre­ated an in­tro­duc­tion video:


Ex­cep­tion­Base.NET is com­pletely free and open-source and you can in­stall the web in­ter­face on your own server. That way, you don't have to worry about where your data is saved. The web in­ter­face is sim­ple, well-arranged and built on top of Twit­ter's Boot­strap frame­work which makes it re­spon­sive, so it will look great on any browser.

ExceptionBase.NET's web interface

If you're in­ter­ested in Ex­cep­tion­Base.NET, you can learn more at http://​ex­cep­tion­