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No "distinct" error count. If a loop ends up inflating a single user's error count, all reports are affected. Dashboard skewed by weird outliers. Recently (as of February 2018) sorting by "users impacted" was introduced to reduce this problem. See More
We are using TrackJS to catch errors in both a traditional jQuery/JS application and a couple of AngularJS applications. We have been able to catch a bunch of errors that we may not have otherwise known about, and have been able to debug them easily using the information given in the details. Would absolutely recommend their service to anyone needing to know what's happening client side with their application! See More
TrackJS is an invaluable part of the ReadWorks.org web application's production monitoring and troubleshooting workflow. TrackJS helps us monitor and troubleshoot our web application. The detailed breakdown of each issue helps us determine where our application needs work, what types of users are experiencing the problem, and what actions the user has taken leading up to the breakage. The overview helps us see trends and quickly make decisions about where to focus our fixes. The ability to add custom metadata helps us classify and reference back to our internal data each of the issues TrackJS catches. See More
We use TrackJS for a few products that run in different environments, and in some cases on unexpected hardware/software configurations. TrackJS helps us capture application state on the client at exception time that was nontrivial to collect and correlate to our backend logs in our other services. It also provides an interface that allows developers as well as non-developers to compose rules/error groups in a way that technical support and qa can leverage trackJS data without developer intervention in many cases. See More
I've been VERY satisfied with TrackJS. I have used the service with various SPAs for about three years. I think two of the top features for me are the telemetry timeline and analytics dashboard. It's also very ease to see what's happening from the recents view. I also use the email summaries and realtime notifications. I don't have any cons to list. See More
Asana - Create and resolve Asana tasks Bitbucket Issues - Create and manage Bitbucket Issues Campfire - Get alerts in your Campfire room Flowdock - Get messages in your flow GitHub Issues - Create and manage GitHub Issues HipChat - Get alerts in your HipChat room JIRA - Create, resolve, and reopen JIRA issues PagerDuty - Trigger and resolve incidents in PagerDuty Pivotal Tracker - Create and manage Pivotal Tracker stories Slack - get alerts in a chatroom or group Sprintly - Create and manage Sprintly items Trello - Create and manage cards in Trello VictorOps - Trigger and recover alerts in VictorOps Webhook - Post JSON payloads to arbitrary URLs Email - get notifications and daily summaries See More
Atatus will break down the specific user actions that lead to an error, so you can see what they did before the error occurred. For example, you could see what they typed into a form, and what they clicked on that lead to the error. See More
Asana - Create Asana tasks Campfire - Get alerts in your Campfire room Flowdock - Get messages in your flow HipChat - Get alerts in your HipChat room JIRA - Create JIRA issues PagerDuty - Trigger and resolve incidents in PagerDuty Pivotal Tracker - Create and manage Pivotal Tracker stories Slack - get alerts in a chatroom or group VictorOps - Trigger and recover alerts in VictorOps Webhook - Post JSON payloads to arbitrary URLs Email - get notifications and daily summaries See More
Errbit is a self-hosted error catcher for Airbrake. It allows keeping errors off Airbrake's servers by using Airbrake's error tracking tools to send error logs to your own ErrBit based web service. Useful for when errors contain sensitive client data. See More
Airbrake integrates easily with Github, Hipchat, Asana and a number of other services, which can be viewed here. Also if you've got a custom app you'd like to integrate into Airbrake, you can use Airbrake's public API or there web hooks functionality to your advantage. See More
By including Airbrake's client side error tracking JS into your code, you won't have to worry about it affecting your page load times at all. Since the library loads asynchronously, which means it won't cause painful delays for your site's visitors. See More
You can only get access to Raygun's APIs (application program interface), NDAs (non-disclosure agreements), and SLAs (service level agreement) with the Enterprise plan, which costs at least $999/month. Having access to these could be beneficial, or at least provide peace of mind to smaller companies that can't afford that very expensive price tag. See More
Month-by-month, the plans cost $75 for Small, $224 for Medium, $749 for Large, and $999+ for Enterprise. These prices are reduced if you pay for a full year at once - those costs work out to $49/month for Small, $150/month for medium, $499 for Large, and $999+ for Enterprise. See More
Errorception, along with its competitors provides the same vast set of tools, to make your life easier. Features include grouping of errors, noise reduction (caused by misbehaving plugins in client browsers), error filtering and Email alerts as well. See More
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