Best Front End Development Tools For CSS

Freyja SpavenLanguages, Web Development2 Comments

Filewatcher Raygun Blog best front end development tools

Keeping up with any development toolkit is a constant task, especially front end development tools. Take your eyes off the constant stream of methods and technologies for a moment and you’re bound to miss something! Just last week I was having a catch up with a friend of mine who’s also a front-end developer. He was pretty excited to talk … Read More

#TBT – A look at our best blog posts #4

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Its the final week in our series from the archives – bringing you the best of our blog posts.   The Raygun team is made up of a bunch of nerdy folk just like yourself. Occasionally they write about tools they like and thoughts they have about dev-type topics. This week we’ve got Rick, our longboarding-freediving-Swedish speaking front-end dev talking about ‘things … Read More

Raygun error reporting with ProGuard enabled

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Raygun Proguard

ProGuard is a technology that’s well known amongst native Java Android developers. It mainly makes it easy to obfuscate code for security reasons. It wasn’t built for Android specifically, but it’s so useful for Android applications that it’s included with Android Studio. How ProGuard will obfuscate code results in class and method names being replaced with much smaller names like ‘a’ and ‘b’. This … Read More

New Integration – Using Targetprocess with Raygun

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raygun and targetprocess

We’ve made it easier for you to integrate your favorite software with the addition of the new Targetprocess integration. Connecting Targetprocess with your Raygun account is super easy and will take no more than 30 seconds. Here’s how to set it up: In Raygun, on the application sidebar, click ‘Integrations’, then ‘Targetprocess’: Click the ‘Setup’ tab, then enter your Targetprocess … Read More

React Native and TypeScript – Developing cross-platform apps

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react native and typescript

There’s been quite a bit of buzz recently about the benefits cross-platform mobile development gains from libraries such as React Native, as well as what TypeScript can bring to improved JS developer experience with static typing. React Native comes out of the box with Flow support, and that looks to be a solid choice too for client-side type guarantees. If … Read More

Software Testing – Is It Time To Fire Your QA Team?

Nick HarleyResource, Web Development1 Comment


Traditionally, for software development and software testing teams that are part of larger organizations, they go through a more rigid process when developing and ultimately deploying their code into production, versus ones that follow a more Agile approach. As organizations become larger, software applications also grow in size too, and stricter and stricter processes need to be in place to … Read More

#TBT – A look at our best blog posts #3

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It week three in our four week series from the archives – bringing you the best of our blog posts.   The Raygun service is made up of many moving parts, each specialized for a particular task. One of these processes is written in Golang and is responsible for desymbolicating iOS crash reports. You don’t need to know what that means, but … Read More

Top 10 web performance killers

Sam HoltJavascript, Web Development2 Comments

Performance Killers

1. Uncompressed static assets on the server The file transfer speed from your server to the browser can be reduced through Gzip. When a user hits your website a call is made to your server to deliver the requested files. The bigger these files are the longer it takes for them to get to your browser and appear on the … Read More