TrackJS

2013
Stillwater, MN, USA
Jun 11, 2020   |  By Todd H Gardner
The TrackJS team is hard at work polishing the product to make it even better at tracking JavaScript Errors. Here’s what we shipped this Spring.
Apr 15, 2020   |  By Eric Brandes
We recently needed to parse and modify some query strings while building Request Metrics. Query string parsing has never been pleasant in .NET, has it improved in .NET Core? We were familiar with HttpUtility.ParseQueryString() for the task, but that API has a major landmine. With the release of .NET Core, Microsoft took another swing at it. We figured we’d try the new way and see how they did! If you want the fully uncensored version, check out the video above.
Mar 23, 2020   |  By Todd H Gardner
We’ve been working on something big. We’re building Request Metrics, a new service for web performance monitoring. TrackJS is a fantastic tool to understand web page errors, but what if your pages aren’t broken, just slow? What if the checkout page takes 10 seconds to load? What if that user API is slowing down from your recent database change? What pages have the worst user experience? Request Metrics will tell you that.
Feb 11, 2020   |  By Todd H Gardner
The TrackJS team is hard at work polishing the product to make it even better at tracking JavaScript Errors. Here’s what we shipped in January.
Feb 5, 2020   |  By Todd H Gardner
It’s a new year and TrackJS has a new look. It’s smaller, it’s simpler, and it feels friendly–just like TrackJS. These minor refinements to our brand do a better job at emphasizing what were best at: easy to use and user-focused. The colors are brighter and clearer, the fonts are more refined, and there is just less noise.
Jul 9, 2019   |  By TrackJS
How to use RemoteJS to debug JavaScript on remote browser clients