Exception Handling Web Service

ExceptionCollection is a public web service that stores exception information. After adding a few lines of code to your application, your exceptions are automatically logged through their web service and viewable via a browser-based interface.

It’s a neat idea, but I can’t figure out what demographic they have in mind. I can’t imagine corporate developers using it due to security implications and the fact that they only store the previous 100 exceptions. Most hobbyists I know are happy sending their exceptions via email.

Maybe they’re just throwing it out there in order to secure a Patent (the website says Patents Pending at the bottom) with plans for something bigger on the horizon.

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