A brief introduction to Bugsnag

Posted By :Adarsh Singh |27th June 2019

It provides an automatic way to enhance software quality by detecting and diagnosing crashes in software. User can capture and fix any error for mobile, web, backend, or desktop apps.


The program leverages open-source SDK libraries which support more than 20 frameworks and languages to present runtime alerting and error detecting by some lines of code. It helps developers to focus on and assess the impact of each error, spot spikes & regressions. It doesn’t send performance details to the dashboard, neither does it store logs in log files. It looks them to derive meaning thereby eliminating the need to hire system administrators or DevOps to do the digging.


Bugsnag Benefits:


Bugsnag is a powerful tool in modern technology. This software comes with important features like monitor, report and resolves errors to enhance the stability and reliability of online and mobile apps. It has capabilities to reproduce and solve even the most complex bugs. Forget logs; the Busnag technique is the best way to automatically capture bugs and diagnostic data in all apps.


Bugsnag offers precise filters designed to filter errors by any attribute to detect the exact errors or subsets. The error inbox allows developers and application administrators to access essential data to do decisions regarding the errors to be fixed.

 

Bugsnag Features:


20+ open source frameworks and languages
Lightweight SDK
Error inbox
Custom filters
HIPAA/PCI/PHI compliance
Custom data retention
Filterable alerts
Releases dashboard
Session tracking
A/B test and experiment segments
Revenue, SLA and subscription tier segmentation
Interactive timeline
Spike detection
Regression alerts
Issue tracker sync
In-app collaboration


JavaScript integration:


Integrate Bugsnag to your JavaScript projects to automatically capture and report errors.


Installation - npm install --save @bugsnag/js


If you only want to use Bugsnag in the browser, you can load it from CDN:


src="//d2wy8f7a9ursnm.cloudfront.net/v6/bugsnag.min.js"
window.bugsnagClient = bugsnag('API_KEY')


Basic Configuration:


var bugsnag = require('@bugsnag/js') / import bugsnag from '@bugsnag/js'//ES module-style import.

You can configure the client is to provide your API key as a string:
var bugsnagClient = bugsnag('YOUR_API_KEY')

To add any other configuration options, supply an object:


var bugsnagClient = bugsnag({
apiKey: 'YOUR_API_KEY',
otherOptions: value
})

About Author

Adarsh Singh

Adarsh Singh is working as Front-End developer, having good knowledge of Angularjs, Javascript, Html, Less.

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