Callum on our team has been busy working on adding support for Java applications. We’ve got specific support for Servlets, JSP’s and standard exception reporting. We’ve also had good community response on adding additional support to other parts of Java.
We have fairly substantial plans for a Ruby provider for Raygun. Justin McNally (github, twitter), an all round nice guy and not affiliated with us at all, couldn’t wait and dived in and wrote a nice light weight provider for Ruby. His contribution can be found on GitHub over here. He’s been using it in his organisation successfully. We’ll be working with Justin to include his efforts with our own and are happy to support folks working with the Ruby provider.
Another all round good guy, Kai Koenig (github, twitter), has developed a provider for ColdFusion. He’s put the provider up on GitHub and has offered to maintain that provider. If you’re a ColdFusion developer he’s happy for you to submit things on Github.
We’ve recently published the first cut of our public API for reporting exceptions. This lets you build your own providers for other platforms. We’ve even had people writing specific providers for applications, like Alex Henderson building a plugin for the very cool Enterprise Tester software testing product.
We love that the community has rallied behind Raygun in the month since we launched. We have plans for more providers (Python is not far away!) and can’t wait to see the cool things you produce. Let us know at email@example.com as it would be great to profile your creations.
If you haven’t added Raygun.io error tracking to your app yet, you can get your free trial here.