- I was recently asked on an online forum "What makes Excepticon different from the competition?" It's an important question, not only for me specifically, but for anyone launching a product into a market with even one competitor: What differentiates your product from your competitors?
- Today I'm pleased to announce the launch of Excepticon, an exception monitoring SaaS for .NET applications and services. Excepticon is easy to configure and simple to use, and it's geared specifically towards .NET developers. If you're a .NET developer and you're in the market for an exception monitoring service for your application or service, I invite you to try it out. I'd love to get your feedback on how I could improve it to meet your needs.
I recently needed to add simple pagination to a Bootstrap table on a page in my ASP.NET Core project. I’m using MVC Razor Pages, but a similar approach will work with Razor Views.