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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

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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

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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

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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


How to track exceptions in Meteor apps with Atatus

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Fizer

If you are building apps with Meteor, client-side error logging has become essential in creating stable apps. But collecting the right error information, when it occurs, isn't always easy. We set out to fix this by seamlessly tracking client-side JavaScript errors with enough information to actually fix them! Continue Reading


Slack is Atatus's Most Popular Integration

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Fizer Khan

Slack, the most popular team chat, is supported by Atatus. With this integration, all the new and reopened error notifications are delivered right into your team's communication channels. Continue Reading


Awesome error tracking solution for Angular2 Apps

Written By
Fizer Khan

Tracking down a problem in a rich client application is hard when you can’t see what your user is seeing and experiencing. Worse, when the errors raised exist only in the context of the users browser, where we, as the developers of the code can’t get to them. Continue Reading


Fetch API - Replacement for XMLHttpRequest (XHR)

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Fizer

The fetch API allows you to make network requests similar to XMLHttpRequest (XHR). The main difference is that the Fetch API uses Promises, which enables a simpler and cleaner API, avoiding callback hell and having to remember the complex API of XMLHttpRequest. Continue Reading


Script Error

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Fizer

Script errors are thrown when an error originates from a JavaScript file, served from a different origin (different domain, port, or protocol), are caught by the global window.onerror handler. Script Error is a symptom of a Same-Origin Policy violation in the browser. Continue Reading


Best practices for JavaScript error monitoring

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Fizer

Once you start javascript error monitoring, you might notice that the errors are pouring down like a waterfall. You might encounter numerous errors, some of which you are not responsible or cannot fix them. You need to avoid the noise and get into the real issues that are affecting your users. Here is how you do it... Continue Reading


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