Clear, concise documentation. Plus [docs on cross-domain script errors and enabling CORS](https://bugsnag.com/blog/script-error).
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Pro Great documentation
Clear, concise documentation. Plus docs on cross-domain script errors and enabling CORS.
Pro Email, chat, sms notifications
Bugsnag can be set up to send email notifications as soon as exceptions occur. It can also integrate with a number of third-party services that can be used for notifications including Campfire, HipChat, Twilio SMS and custom solutions via Webhook.
Pro Automatic issues/ticket creation
Bugsnag integrates with a wide variety of 3rd party tools to automatically create issues or tickets. Integrations include GitHub, BitBucket, UserVoice, Trello and many, many others.
Pro Has a free plan
After a two-week full-featured free trial period the user is limited to 2,000 errors/month, 1 user and 1 project.
Pro Exceptions are grouped
Bugsnag groups similar exceptions together displaying the number of occurences so that there's no need to deal with each instance of the error separately.
Pro Exceptional documentation organization
Their documentation was well organized, easy to search through for the platform of choice and quick work of full product integration.
Pro Supports Unity 3D
Drop in place integration with Unity 3D, only a simple API Token configuration on game object and everything was up & running with almost zero code written.
Pro Supports phabricator integrations
Not many products have decided to finally start doing this, phabricator now has a champion.
Pro Source map support
Pro Stack traces
Pro Client libraries are open source
Pro Report uncaught errors
Pro Good web UI
Pro Integrates with your existing server-side logging package
Not a hosted option, so you'll store client-side logs along with your server-side logs.
Pro Stack traces
JSNLog passes exception log messages with its stack trace.
Con Blocked by ad blockers by default
Bugsnag is blocked by the AdBlock EasyPrivacy filter.
Con No hosted option
You'll have to store client-side logs along with your server-side logs.
Con No reporting capabilities
Your server logging solution should provide that, and JSNlog integrates with Elmah, Log4Net, NLog, Serilog, Common.Logging.