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  • Analyzing JavaScript Errors and Browser Updates

    By Todd H Gardner on October 3, 2016
    Analyzing JavaScript Errors and Browser Updates

    Our friends at ZingChart asked to do some data crunching on some of our data. They wanted to understand if evergreen browser releases impacted error rates overall. We were happy to provide them with some aggregate metrics regarding the recent Chrome and Firefox updates.

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  • Debugging Production JavaScript

    By Todd H Gardner on September 14, 2016
    Debugging Production JavaScript

    The web is a hostile place and our JavaScript apps will inevitably break. Browser changes, invasive plugins, unstable networks, or just plain bugs—something is going to go wrong. When it does, we need to be ready. We need to know what went wrong and how to fix it or our users just won’t come back.

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  • What's new in TrackJS?

    By Eric Brandes on July 25, 2016
    What's new in TrackJS?

    We’ve been busy building new features and wanted to take a few minutes to highlight some of them. Often we’ll soft launch a feature without much fanfare to make sure it’s working as intended, so sometimes it’s not obvious when new functionality appears. So here’s some of the cool new things we’ve added in the last two months!

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  • TrackJS × 3 Event

    By Todd H Gardner on July 13, 2016
    TrackJS × 3 Event

    TrackJS turned three! It’s been amazing to help you build better JavaScript apps and pushing the boundaries of the web. We’ve learned so much from you all and want to share it.

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  • [Video] Highly-Effective JavaScript Developers

    By Todd H Gardner on July 12, 2016
    [Video] Highly-Effective JavaScript Developers

    A few weeks ago, I was at the NDC Oslo conference and I met some amazing folks. The videos are online from NDC Now and I wanted to share this one from Jonathan Mills with you. It’s got some fantastic tips for becoming more effective as a JavaScript developer, especially if its not your primary language.

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