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How to Rescue Exceptions in Ruby

Exceptions are a commonly used feature in the Ruby programming language. The Ruby standard library defines about 30 different subclasses of exceptions, some of which have their own subclasses. The exception mechanism in Ruby is very powerful but often misused. This article will discuss the use of exceptions and show some examples of how to deal with them.


Slow App Performance? Here's How to Fix It

Excellent performance is key for any application, regardless of the framework or language. Today’s digital consumers demand speed and precision, and will quickly quit a sluggish app. That's why performance monitoring, especially Real User Monitoring (RUM), is important for every developer to implement. We recently launched RUM for BugSnag, providing developers the visibility they need to ensure great application performance.


How to Monitor and Debug Your Data Pipeline

Picture this: during a bustling holiday season, a global e-commerce giant faces a sudden influx of online orders from customers worldwide. As the company's data pipelines navigate a labyrinth of interconnected systems, ensuring the seamless flow of information for timely product deliveries becomes paramount. However, a critical error lurking within their data pipeline goes undetected, causing delays, dissatisfied customers, and significant financial losses.


Guide to TypeScript and Styled Components

To attract more users and improve the overall user experience, it is crucial to have a visually appealing and well-designed user interface (UI) for our websites, applications, blogs, products, etc. The UI serves as the point of interaction between the user and the application. For example, consider the eCommerce portal. This user interface displays how the e-commerce application connects with its users through an attractive, accessible, and easy-to-understand design.


OOP Concepts in C#: Code Examples and How to Create a Class

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a paradigm (a sort of “style”) of programming that revolves around objects communicating with each other, as opposed to functions operating on data structures. C# is the flagship language of the.NET ecosystem. Despite being a multi-paradigm language, its forte is certainly OOP. OOP is a recognized programming paradigm, but programming languages differ in how they interpret and implement its tenants.


Six Most Useful Types of Event Data for PLG

The success of businesses like Zoom, DropBox, and Slack demonstrates the power of product-led growth (PLG) as a strategy for scaling software companies in 2023. Central to this approach is event analytics, the practice of analyzing event data from a software product to unlock data-driven insights. Companies following a PLG strategy (“PLG companies”) use this data to inform product development decisions to enhance user experiences and drive revenue.


Data-Led Growth: How FinTechs Win with App Event Analytics

In the rapidly shifting world of financial technology (FinTech), acquiring and retaining new customers to achieve long-term business growth requires a proactive approach to user experience and application performance optimization. As FinTech companies compete against rivals to grow a user base and revolutionize how consumers manage their finances, they increasingly depend on data-driven insights to optimize their mobile applications and deliver exceptional user experiences.