C# Exception Handling Best Practices

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Welcome to Stackify’s guide to C# exception handling. In this article we cover the following topics: Basics about C# Exceptions, including examples Common .NET Exceptions How to Create Your Own Custom C# Exception Types How to Find Hidden .NET Exceptions C# Exception Logging Best Practices What is an Exception? Exceptions are a type of error that occurs during the execution …


How to Use LoggerFactory and Microsoft.Extensions.Logging for .NET Core Logging With C#

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

If you have used .NET Core, you have probably battled with the new built-in .NET Core LoggerFactory which is in Microsoft.Extensions.Logging. It has created a lot of confusion around logging with ASP.NET Core. At Stackify, we have logging integrations for log4net, NLog, Serilog, and our direct API. We have a lot of experience with building logging appenders and libraries to work with various …

Finding Hidden Exceptions in Your Application with Prefix

Matt Watson Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

Prefix enables developers to easily see what their code is doing as they write and test their code, including SQL queries, HTTP calls, errors, logs, and much more. One of the best features of Prefix is its ability to see all of the exceptions that are occurring in your code. There are 3 types of exceptions: Unhandled – the user got a …

Log tagging

Log tagging creates smarter application logs #awesomelogs

Stackify Developer Tips, Tricks & Resources

How many combined log statements do your applications and infrastructure produce in a day? 50,000? Over a million? Here at Stackify, our applications generate around 100 million log entries every day. Even after feeding them into Stackify’s powerful log management and filtering tools, it can be difficult to distill things down into meaningful, actionable diagnostics with an incredibly high volume …


PHP Logging Best Practices

Craig Ferril Insights for Dev Managers

Intro With our most recent release, we’re excited to announce we have added enhanced the support in our Stackify Errors & Logs product for apps written in PHP. Our recent release includes a direct logging API for PHP, enhanced support for the Monolog and log4php logging frameworks via Stackify-specific handlers/appenders, and an agent collector model that delivers fast performance for …