To set this up, go to your Raygun.com dashboard, and navigate to an application that you want to integrate with PivotalTracker. In the side menu on the left, click “Application Settings” and then “Plugins” that appears below it. This will display a list of all our integrations where you can select PivotalTracker. Click the Setup tab, and then enter your … Read More
1. In the Raygun dashboard, head to the ‘Integrations’ tab 2. Inside the ‘Integrations’ tab, select ‘GitLab’ in the bottom right: 3. Head to the Setup tab to start to integrate Raygun and GitLab 4. Head to your GitLab account, head to profile settings, then account tab you’ll see a token 5. Copy and paste into API token field inside … Read More
In this episode CJ and AC talk to JD Trask from Raygun about their crash analytics and user reporting product Raygun. We delve into why, who and what Raygun does, how its built and what problems it solves. Its a fascinating discussion about building cloud scale products that other developers can use to make their products better.
Matt Kremer speaks with John-Daniel Trask, the founder of Raygun. Surprisingly, they recorded this episode on two entirely different days…I’m pretty sure JD can time travel. They chat about everything from starting highly questionable businesses in high school to forming successful companies for software developers. We also talk about the psychology of marketing and some flaws that every developer has. Raygun is … Read More
So how do you track errors in production? JD Trask talks to Carl and Richard about Raygun, a service for instrumenting your clients and servers in production and feed errors directly to your project tracking and bug reporting systems. The conversation digs into how to deal with errors in your application in a way that actually delights your users – … Read More
As Scott Hanselman was in New Zealand, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to talk about Raygun on his popular show Hanselminutes. Scott is a long time user of Raygun for his two side startups and he caught up with our CEO John-Daniel Trask to see how does one build and maintain a service like Raygun.