TrackJS

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Dec 18, 2019   |  By Todd H Gardner
Two months in one! We’re wrapping things up for the year, but wanted to give you all an update on all the great things we’ve shipped in the closing of 2019.
Dec 2, 2019   |  By Todd H Gardner
Ignoring noisy and external errors is important to understanding the health of your client-side applications. Third-party scripts, user extensions, content crawlers, and non-impactful errors create lots of noise in web operations. With TrackJS Ignore Rules, you can filter out this noise and and have a clear view of your web application quality.
Nov 15, 2019   |  By Todd H Gardner
We’ve got a big update about to launch for Ignore rules, but we still had some time to improve the little things last month. Here are all the things we launched.
Nov 12, 2019   |  By Todd H Gardner
Do you work with an app that’s a dumpster-fire of errors? Wishing for an appropriate alert when you need to fight down the flames? Look no further friend. Today, we’re creating a Dumpster fire notification for your JavaScript errors with Particle and TrackJS. My friend Kristina is a wizard with hardware and LEDs. Awhile back, she made the dumpster fire to present at a conference, and she printed an extra one for me!
Nov 4, 2019   |  By Todd H Gardner
Today, we’re releasing TrackJS Global Error Statistics to the public. This aggregated production data is a useful measure of the state of client-side JavaScript errors and the quality of the web. We break it down by the most common errors, browsers, and operating systems. We did this a few years ago with the State of Client-Side JavaScript Errors. It was quite useful, but very time consuming to produce.
Jul 9, 2019   |  By TrackJS
How to use RemoteJS to debug JavaScript on remote browser clients