Use Teams to streamline access management
The latest build fixes minor bugs and also includes the following new features:
We've launched support for Teams to help you streamline the management of project access within your Bugsnag organization.
Organization Administrators can create teams and assign collaborators to them, and then grant project access to both teams and individual collaborators.
Soon we'll be rolling out support for automatic provisioning of teams from your single sign-on (SSO) provider via SCIM.
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.NET version compatibility
Our .NET library is now officially compatible with all versions of .NET, including .NET Core, .NET 5 & 6 and .NET Framework.
Use Bugsnag in Apple watchOS
We’ve added watchOS to our range of supported Apple platforms (alongside iOS, macOS, tvOS).
Unhandled exceptions are automatically captured by Bugsnag, allowing you to gain actionable insights into stability, and make data-driven decisions about prioritizing and fixing the bugs that matter.
Take a look at our docs to get started.
Introducing Bugsnag support for Flutter applications
We're excited to support error monitoring and stability management for Flutter mobile applications. Now, you can automatically capture bugs impacting the user experience, gain actionable insights into stability, and make data-driven decisions about prioritizing and fixing the bugs that matter.
The new Flutter notifier library initially supports Android and iOS apps.
Better stack traces for Unity
The latest version of our Unity library uses a new mechanism for detecting C# exceptions, giving more informative stack traces and now including inner exceptions.
This release has a major version bump release as it has an impact on grouping for some errors. Please see the upgrade guide for more details.
Get stability insights into your PHP feature flags and experiments
PHP developers can now join those from platforms in making data-driven decisions about new feature rollouts and gaining confidence in accelerating releases with actionable observability insights from the Features Dashboard.
Improved stack traces for iOS
We’ve released a minor improvement to stack traces in iOS. If a stack frame comes from a function in an embedded framework, we now show the name of that framework. Previously we showed the name of the containing app.
This release removes support for Bugzilla 4 as an issue tracker.
Also note that the configuration backup command for Single Machine has been updated, ensure that your backup process uses the new command. The updated command can be found here