With Bugsnag, you can automatically detect and report any errors in your applications. It allows you to perform effective diagnostics to identify and fix errors without any hassle. With support for all major platforms, Bugsnag makes application monitoring easy and effortless.
Bugsnag’s error reporting libraries track and monitor your application for any errors. You can also view these errors on your Bugsnag dashboard in real-time, and effectively make decisions on them.
If you already have an application debugging workflow in place, Bugsnag can seamlessly complement it by allowing you to prioritize bug fixes. This will help you focus more on building new app features, rather than worrying about bugs. In case you don’t have a consistent debugging workflow, or if you think it can be improved, using Bugsnag makes the debugging process easy.
RudderStack allows you to send your app’s error data directly to Bugsnag. By enabling the integration with Bugsnag, RudderStack automatically collects error data from your source apps and sends it to Bugsnag in real time.
By integrating Bugsnag data with RudderStack, you can:
- Add Bugsnag to your mobile project without any hassle
- Track exceptions data to your Bugsnag dashboard in real-time using its native methods
- Distinguish errors that happen in the different stages of your application’s lifecycle
- Track user-related information and their associated traits and send the information to Bugsnag
Bugsnag is an app monitoring and stability tool that helps teams build better software. It can help you debug issues that impact user experience. Installing and managing Bugsnag directly, in addition to all of your other instrumentation, can create extra work (i.e., import bugsnag, nuxt-bugsnag, bugsnagvue, bugsnagclient, bugsnag.start, webpack modules, npm, node_env, setuser, bugsnag.notify, etc.).
With RudderStack, you simply need your_api_key from Bugsnag to start sending events with rich metadata directly from your app to Bugsnag, where you can see rich information (including things like appversion or even HTML from the DOM) in your Bugsnag dashboard.