Rollbar is a complete solution for web and mobile applications and can effectively track errors and problems. Multilingual availability allows developers worldwide to monitor and track errors before reporting them to users. It's easy to configure, provides significant alerts and helps you quickly analyze, diagnose, and troubleshoot problems. The solution is compatible with all major languages, including JS, PHP, Ruby, Net and WordPress, and helps you identify e-mail issues and source code issues.
Businesses of different sizes can benefit from software because it works with all major languages and frameworks. The software detects errors and helps analyze where and why the code is broken. Also, it enables users to better manage the exceptions of various platforms, frameworks and environments by offering all the data in one place.
Since applications are now more sophisticated, the amount of software code needed to create them grew enormously. Similarly, the number of programmers increases in writing, debugging, code correction and optimization in many programming languages on an increasing number of platforms. Unfortunately, the number of errors that result from the wrong or inappropriate code is also increasing. To help solve, repair, and optimize problems, companies like Rollbar began offering software developers the tools for more accurate error detection and analysis. However, in a competitive bug tracker market, more functionality is necessary.
Rollbar is implemented with several lines of code that the company provides for most languages and environments. You can access an interactive live demo by clicking on the live demo link on the Rollbar homepage. Rollbar effectively detects broken codes quickly and collects various contextual information, including affected users, URLs, detailed tree traces, environment, requested settings, and much more. It enables users to view error trends based on a variety of factors, including deployment, browser, appearance, location, operating system, and host, as well as offers a better understanding.
Furthermore, it works on all platforms, including mobile, although small service programs need to be created for specific situations. Libraries install exception handlers to report undiscovered exceptions to Rollbar. This happens automatically after the configuration. You can manually report exceptions or save items that are not exceptions. It can be any log message concerning environmental elements and are treated in the same way as error reports. After installation and proper configuration, Rollbar launches error reports, stack tracking, trends, as well as affected users. Then it follows the errors to reduce noise, remove duplicates, and group errors into categories.
Then, it warns the user about the errors; Notifications are sent via email, webhook, and integrated application, configurable to the environment and degree of severity. Afterward, Rollbar analyzes errors to determine the models and finally identifies who wrote the wrong code so that it can take corrective action. Basically, it's about finding all the code errors while the application is growing, reducing the time for manual tasks. It is not necessary to print a record after each run for error correction; Rollbar does this by its internal rules and pre-determined filtering programs.
The user interface of the dashboard is designed as a description of the health of the developing application. The dashboard is simple, clean and very easy to use. Its goal is not only to provide developers and managers with a complete picture but also to provide an effective way to manage the environment of the developer. It also displays errors in different environments, including tests, steps, and production. This allows the developer to go from error to the code line that generated it. Queries can be executed in order to find a certain error occurrence.
In the pas, developers had to scan log files, which was visually heavier and lasted longer. Catching errors from the client side were first made by first requesting the client for a screen shot or a copy of the error message. The dashboard allows developers to track client and server-side failures, prioritize errors, and debug problems before they become more problematic.
The single detail page available from the table shows errors and helps in detecting causative patterns. On this page, you can change the status of the error, create a problem or add a comment. With tracking errors, Rollbar tracks and provides visualization of deployments and their history, developers, and hosts.
Rollbar works with your existing tracking and logging tools to provide you with better coverage and knowledge of broken codes in your style. Error tracking in the Rollbar is perfectly adapted to the flow of delivery and implementation workflows to bring confidence to every version of the code.
Free - for prototypes as well as personal projects, 5,000 events rollbar/month, 30 days of data retention. BOOTSTRAP costs $49 per month (for small teams), 100,000 rollbars/month event, retention of 180 days. Start costs $149 per month, 500,000 rollbar events/month, 180 days of data retention. Growth costs $299 per month (medium and large equipment), 1.500.000 roll-bar events per month, 180 days of data retention. Premium costs $599 per month (for large teams), 4,000,000 rollbar events per month, 180 days of data retention.
Notify Rollbar when you implement code and get a 360 degree of your full deployment history display for each environment, and how implementation impacts the error rates. See which commits were incorporated in each implementation and view full issues for more information and context.
RQL offers you a rich data query interface in Rollbar. It is designed to be similar to SQL and known to SQL users.
Yes, Rollbar provides RESTful interface for your account information. Make use of the API to create notifiers for other languages, get data for integration with other systems, scan requirements, and more.