Welcome to the spring Bugfender newsletter!
We’ve been working on the past months improving some of our SDKs, making it easier to integrate Bugfender thanks to API improvements and introducing some new features to make your debugging experience even better. Furthermore, we’ve been actively writing fresh content for our blog. Make sure you don’t miss out on our featured articles for this quarter below!
💬 Web SDK has a pre-made, customizable dialog to collect user feedback easily.
🔄 Improved Flutter SDK to add support for null safety and web applications.
💾 Now it is possible to download all logs with a click of a single button.
👨💻 You can now have more than one team owner so that you can manage the team more comfortably.
🔌 Improved API for integrations and log downloads. Source code is already available here: https://github.com/bugfender/bugfender-integration-elasticsearch, and we’ll soon release a blog post explaining how to integrate Bugfender with Elasticsearch!
🤝 Improved the Zapier integration to connect Bugfender more easily: https://zapier.com/apps/bugfender/integrations
We hope you find all these updates helpful!
React design patterns (part 2)
This article is the second part of the React Design Patterns article. If you missed the first part, go to part 1 (link here) of the series.
This time we’ll be talking about the Context pattern, the Presentational and Container Components pattern, and the Compound Components pattern.
Jamstack application with Gatsby and Bugfender
How to debug your site performance with Chrome
It’s crucial that we continue to monitor our site’s performance, paying attention to both the speed and the wider user experience. In this article, we will learn about techniques to measure this performance, as well as diving into the details of how to find bottlenecks and plan fixes using the tools provided with the Google Chrome Browser.
The Best Podcasts for Developers
Software developers probably form one of the most tight-knit professional communities on the planet. Despite the enormous diversity within the industry, it is very easy to find common interests like coding trends, personal development, entrepreneurship and design.
Most of us at Bugfender are software developers ourselves and one of the channels we use to share our interests are podcasts.
How to Log the Web Vitals Of a Next.js App Using Bugfender
This article will show you how to integrate a Next.js application with our Bugfender tool to send any logs, feedback, and crash reports for further diagnosis. We will focus on sending the web vitals and some custom metrics from the Next.js app to Bugfender.
How to use Bugfender with a Vue.js application
It is an exciting era for web developers with so many open-source frameworks and libraries around to help them. Of all the frameworks that have emerged in recent years, Vue.js stands out for its simplicity, adaptability and rapid load times.
In this article, we will learn how to get started with Vue.js. We will also go through the steps to integrate and use Bugfender with a Vue.js application.