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Golang Vendor Dependencies

Written By
Justin

We use Node.js extensively in our production apps. When we started with golang, the major discussion point amongst us was, for a beginner how golang dependency management is supposed to work. Continue Reading


Monitoring performance of your Fetch API

Written By
Fizer

The fetch API allows you to make network requests similar to XMLHttpRequest (XHR). We already wrote a blog about how Fetch API are simple and yet power full in our previous article. Continue Reading


Monitoring AWS Lambda functions with Atatus APM

Written By
Fizer

The serveless computing becomes super popular among developers. AWS Lambda functions is one of the best serverless compute service. Continue Reading


Node.js Application Performance Monitoring

Written By
Fizer

Atatus is a comprehensive application performance management (APM) suite for Node.js applications. Atatus Node.js APM gives you the deeper visibility into the every web transactions happened in your Node.js apps. Continue Reading


Everything You Wanted to Know About Yarn Package Manager

Written By
Fizer

Yarn is new package manager for JavaScript which is a replacement for NPM. Let's see why we need yarn in the first place and how it works. Continue Reading


Server Monitoring vs Application Monitoring

Written By
Fizer

Among developers, there has been always confusion between monitoring servers and monitoring the applications. As we tend to do a lot of virtualization, these concepts should be treated separately, as a single server can host dozens of applications. Continue Reading


Atatus supports most popular integrations: PagerDuty, VictorOps, OpsGenie, Datadog and more

Written By
Fizer

Today, we are happy to announce that Atatus has first-class integration with PagerDuty, VictorOps, OpsGenie, Datadog, YouTrack, Lighthouse and Webhook! Continue Reading


Browser Monitoring with Atatus

Written By
Fizer

All large-scale web applications need some sort of browser monitoring to know about the user experience with JavaScript in the browser. If you care enough to want to monitor your users’ in-browser experience, you probably also are the sort of company who cares deeply about security, privacy, and performance. Continue Reading


Get most out of your JavaScript stack traces using Source Map

Written By
Fizer

We have good news: Atatus automatically fetches and applies source maps to stack traces generated by your errors. This means that you’ll see your original source code, and not minified and/or transpired code. Continue Reading


Tracking of console logs in production

Written By
Fizer

Most of the developers use print statements to debug their apps whether it is web or command line tool. In web apps, we used to see lot of console logs in the code. This can be very useful when you want to figure out the root cause of the errors in production or development. Continue Reading


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