Our first mobile update of 2016 is here with a little something to streamline your workflow.
With Opbeat for iOS v4.0, we have reworked the entire visual experience and streamlined all of the best features to make you and your team even more productive.
Companies and teams of developers around the world rely on Opbeat every day. One of the most popular feature requests we have gotten over the summer has been to add access to performance monitoring data into our Android app.
As far as long-anticipated announcements go, this is most certainly one of them. The success of our iOS app has prompted many requests for an Android version. The good news? Opbeat for Android is now available.
Can you guess how long it takes an engineer to type a 60 character password into an iPhone?
Too damn long.
Good password practices are a key part of both personal and professional data security, but actually typing a large number of variable-case letters, numbers and symbols into a password field on a mobile phone is a time-consuming and error-prone process. We are simply spending far too much of our lives just logging into things.
Logging in to things is agonizing on mobile, and it is even more painful if you use good passwords. To help ease this pain we have added two new features to our iPhone app.Read on→
As developers, we have watched with knowing and wide eyes as the technological world around us has evolved. Somewhere along the way, a few bright souls realized something crazy – developers are people, just like the users of the software we create. And suddenly, no longer were the trappings of geekdom limited simply to the dark sorceries of the command line. Our tools have evolved, and we along with them.Read on→