JSLogger – Helping Track Client-side Errors and Graphing Them

JGLoogerThe JSLogger online platform is quite a refreshing change from the earlier Javascript error logs. With the launch of the JSLogger, professionals find it quite easy integrating statistics and logs in their customized application.

The key feature of JSLogger is that it makes it hassle-free for the user to track front-end errors in the Javascript. When using JSLogger, the professional does not feel the need to create API keys or any other extra settings. The website’s servers will automatically identify the referring domain which sends the client’s logs and instantly approve them. For instance, if the user wants to track the JavaScript errors at dumitruglavan.com, then he should first choose a subscription available on the Pricing page. The user can also opt for a free subscription. The user should then key in the domain name from where he wants to track errors and also fill the email address and a valid password on the site’s registration form.

Once the registration is completed, the user will be redirected to JSLogger Manager page. On the page, the user can view all the logs as soon as the tool starts tracking them. The final step is to incorporate the JSLogger Tracker script on the main website. The whole process is as complicated as how entering a specific code inside the HEAD element of the website’s HTML page.

Once the code is entered, it will start loading the tracking script from JSLogger’s CDN network to acquire a HTTP connection. It may look for a HTTP connection from JSLogger server if it finds a secure HTTP connection. User can easily go through the Code page at JSLogger to learn about advanced install procedures. To make sure that the set up is working fine, all the user has to do is navigate to his website, open Chrome console or Firebug and forward a log request to JSLogger. Once the log request is sent, the user can find a reliable response from JSLogger’s server in the Network tab. The error will be posted on the dashboard of JSLogger.

JSLogger efficiently tracks client-side errors using Graphite, StatsD and even PHP. Business owners may be graphing, monitoring all the events, warning and errors on their own online infrastructure. However, tracking what is happening in the client’s web browser can be best assigned to JSLogger.