Stackify

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2012
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React Native is an open-source framework that Meta (then Facebook) designed to build native applications for Android, iOS, and other platforms. The framework is built so anyone familiar with React can easily build cross-platform applications without learning a completely different framework or language. However, there are differences in the functionality of the two, including: There are many more differences, but we’ll get into those later in the post.
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Mobile app development demands efficiency, reliability, and speed. Flutter and React Native are popular frameworks that allow you to create apps quickly and efficiently. This post will compares the strengths and weaknesses of each development framework to help you choose the best option for your next project.
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Errors happen all the time in the software world. It might be an invalid user input or an external system that is not responding, or it’s a simple programming error. In all these situations, the errors occur at runtime and the application needs to handle them. Otherwise, it crashes and can’t process further requests. Java provides a powerful mechanism which allows you to handle the exceptional event where it occurred or in one of the higher methods in the call stack.
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An exception is a known type of error. An unhandled exception occurs when the application code does not properly handle exceptions. For example, When you try to open a file on disk, it is a common problem for the file to not exist. The.NET Framework will then throw a FileNotFoundException. This is a simple example of a potential known problem that is accounted for within the code. Let’s take this code sample below.
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Azure Functions is a powerful function as a service (FaaS) tool in the Microsoft Azure cloud computing service. Built to create event-driven, scalable, serverless computing services and applications, Azure Functions enable developers to focus on code logic without worrying about application infrastructure. The service also simplifies scaling apps and reduces costs, users only pay for resources consumed.
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File manipulation is an incredibly common programming task with endless applications. It has two main sides: reading and writing. This post will focus on the “reading” bit, so if you’ve just googled “C# read file” and ended up here, search no more—we have the guide you need! We’ll start by covering some prerequisites you need to follow, then dive right into the guide.
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Ah, the sweet allure of a well-rested application. No, I’m not talking about kicking back and letting your software take a nap. I’m diving deep into C# and its Sleep method. Have you ever wondered, “Is there a Sleep function in C#?” We’ve got answers. By the end of this post, you’ll know all about the ins, outs and potential pitfalls of using Sleep in C#. So, grab your favorite beverage, and let’s get into it!
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If you’ve been writing code for any reasonable amount of time, then it’s virtually impossible that you haven’t handled logging in any way, since it’s one of the most essential parts of modern, “real life” app development. If you’re a.NET developer, then you’ve probably used some of the many famous logging frameworks available for use on this platform. Today’s post will cover one of these frameworks: log4net.
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The C# delegate is an essential “construct” in the C# programming language. Delegates are essential for event handling, LINQ queries, asynchronous programming and more. And you can, of course, make use of delegates to make your code simpler and more concise. This post offers you a guide to this incredibly useful tool in C#. By the end of the post, you’ll have learned: Let’s get started.
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Errors happen all the time in the software world. It might be an invalid user input, an external system not responding, or a simple programming error. In all these situations, the errors occur at runtime, and the application needs to handle them. Otherwise, it crashes and can’t process further requests. Java provides a powerful exception handling mechanism that allows you to handle the exceptional event where it occurred or in one of the higher methods in the call stack.
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Stackify Sales Engineer, Phillip Spurling, shows how to use Retrace to proactively improve the performance of your application. Learn how to use an APM solution to evaluate application performance, dive into an error, and share with your team.
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We are excited and honored to be ranked #379 in the 2019 Inc. 5000 ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing companies. Here are some thoughts from Founder & CEO Matt Watson about Stackify’s journey.
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What are profilers? Which is the best? Download our free guide and get all the answers around using a .NET profiler.
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Methods for optimizing web apps in Azure, logging, deploying to IIS, and more. Download our free guide and get all the answers around .NET Core.
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Logging is a crucial part of any application for both debugging and audit purposes. Read about best practices and find how-to guides in our ebook.

Stackify helps developers manage and troubleshoot application problems with integrated monitoring, metrics, errors & logs.

Stackify offers the only developers-friendly cloud based solution that fully integrates application performance management (APM) with error tracking and log management in one platform. Stackify allows software developers, operations and support managers to easily monitor, detect and resolve application issues, before they affect the business to ensure a better end user experience, higher satisfaction and lower churn.

We provide an affordable APM solution designed for developers:

  • Improve your code: Quickly identify ways to improve performance and fix hidden exceptions.
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  • Improve deployments: Track when deployments occur and if your team is shipping higher quality code.

Diagnose, Improve and Accelerate Performance. Stackify gives developers the confidence they need to deploy early and often.