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Jan 26, 2023   |  By Jeffery Morhous
Next.js is sometimes confused with React. In the last few years, it's solidified itself as one of the leading frontend frameworks. In this article, Jeffery Morhous shows off what makes Next.js important to React developers, and teaches you how to build your own highly-performant blog.
Jan 23, 2023   |  By Samson Omojola
Upgrading your Laravel app has many benefits: preventing security vulnerabilities, access to new features, and more. Read this article to learn what's new in Laravel 9 and how to upgrade in record time.
Jan 19, 2023   |  By Muhammed Ali
Do you need complete control over your production environment? If so, you might want to skip the Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings and deploy to your own server instead. This article describes deploying a Django application to an Ubuntu server at Linode.
Jan 16, 2023   |  By Ana Nunes da Silva
Business Intelligence transforms raw data into actionable insights that support business decisions through reports, dashboards, and charts. You can use the blazer gem in Ruby on Rails to gather and display business metrics!
Jan 12, 2023   |  By Adebayo Adams
JavaScript is an Object Oriented Programming language. At least—it can be! Check out this article about how to use Object Oriented Programming concepts to structure your JavaScript code.
Jan 5, 2023   |  By Muhammed Ali
If you've ever wondered if there is a better way to build and consume APIs, you should check out GraphQL—it's better than REST in many cases. This article discusses how to work with GraphQL in Django.
Jan 2, 2023   |  By Jonathan Miles
Rails' date and time helpers are great. They save us from duplicating simple add-duration-to-time logic across our applications and make the code more readable. However, complex date manipulations are dangerous places full of edge-cases. This article discusses some of them. 😅
Dec 22, 2022   |  By Salem Olorundare
If you work with JavaScript, you know that errors are unavoidable—how you handle them determines whether they work for or against you. This article discusses best practices for handling errors in JavaScript.
Dec 19, 2022   |  By Adebayo Adams
Errors are unavoidable, but you can always have less of them! In this article, Adebayo Adams walks through how to use type hinting in PHP.
Dec 15, 2022   |  By Muhammed Ali
In this tutorial, learn how to use Python to interact with the Discord API—and build a bot using Flask.
Oct 29, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
This week Ben interviews Garrett Dimon to talk about some of his exciting new projects. They also cover alternatives to the SaaS business model, such as self-hosted licensing options, to make vacations more relaxing for founders if something goes wrong.
Oct 22, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
This week The Founders take a trip down freelancer memory lane and talk about the hot apps they built and which of them are still alive. They also cover NFTs, pivoting to private equity, and candy bar servers. Also, is "spider season" an official season in the Pacific Northwest?!?!? Click to listen now on the interwebs.
Oct 15, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
This week the Founders recap the initial Hook Relay launch and cover things they learned along the way. Also discussed is if developers will struggle to find purpose if products like Hook Relay make their lives too easy. Lastly, do you remember the days of converting PSDs to HTML? Tune in and prepare for launch!
Oct 8, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
There's no episode of FounderQuest this week. However, if you want to hear WHY there's no episode, Ben takes some time out of fighting fires to explain in 34 seconds.
Oct 1, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
It's a special edition episode this week as Ben chats with Felix Livni of Schedulista to talk startups. There are plenty of hot takes to go around such as ignoring good advice when starting a business, how boostrappers should do the exact opposite things that a venture funded company does, and why you may consider direct mail for a SaaS business. Grab your pitchforks and tune in!
Sep 24, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
This week The Founders talk about integrations and the fact they're spending more and more time updating Honeybadger because of partners' app changes. They also conduct an autopsy on the outbound sales initiative, discuss creating a fictional employee for customers to focus their ire, and decide whether to tweak Hook Relay's site or just ship it!
Sep 10, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
This week on FounderQuest, the hosts go over some features of Hook Relay, share some research on broadcast email solutions, and discuss operational security tips for compliance (get a guard dog). Plus, Goatse is remembered as the original Rick Roll (NSW - Do NOT Google it).
Sep 3, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
On this week's episode Ben talks about rolling over Honeybadger's main Redis cluster and timing his MacBook upgrade. Josh provides updates on upgrading the Java package with Docker and his secret method to bootstrapping a new machine. Plus Starr runs the revenue numbers and shares why she is buying a printing press!
Aug 27, 2021   |  By Honeybadger
We're back! The Founders recap their respective Hot Vax Summers. They also provide some updates on automating the SOC 2 process, their outbound sales efforts, and the blog. Also, what if you could trade-up your small business to a larger one, similar to trading up from a starter home? Listen hungry, there's lots of food for thought!

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Monitoring — like web development — is complex. Every day we hear about new tools and techniques, but they're usually for big organizations. Ones with dedicated devops teams and so much traffic they care more about “error rates” than individual user experiences. When you're on a smaller team, this doesn't work so well. You know instrumentation doesn’t pay the bills. Customers do. When they encounter a problem you need clear actionable intelligence, not walls of charts and reams of logs.

What if there were a monitoring tool for developers like us? A single tool that could answer at a glance:

  • Are any front-end or back-end systems raising errors?
  • Is the site unreachable or unusually slow?
  • Are scheduled tasks completing as expected?
  • Which customers have been affected by errors today?
That’s Honeybadger. We’re the application health monitoring tool built for you, not Google.

Honeybadger is used by tens of thousands of pragmatic developers in companies of all sizes who want to focus on shipping great, error-free products instead of wasting time building and maintaining a bespoke monitoring stack.