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JavaScript error tracking

Errorception

  • Automates error alerts from 24 global data centers and points out in-line code errors and source maps along with stack traces so developers can gain cross-browser information for every error

  • Buffers errors in browser and groups errors to save bandwidth and prevent over-alerting 

  • Processes errors on server to preserve load time and loads JS code asynchronously after the browser has already loaded so the page-load process isn’t affected

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How Errorception works

Errorception helps you catch JavaScript errors in your code by automatically collecting error data as it occurs. When you sign up with Errorception, you will be given a custom JavaScript script tag. You will need to manually add the script tag to your site, taking care to place it correctly such that it is located before all other script tags so that it catches errors correctly.

See errors pointed out in your code and investigate easily.
See errors pointed out in your code and investigate easily.
Shows you errors within unminified source code.
Shows you errors within unminified source code.

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Get more out of Errorception with Segment

When you use Errorception via Segment, you do not need to setup the Errorception JavaScript library. Segment will automatically download and manage Errorception’s `beacon.js` JavaScript library for you. This means you don’t need to worry about installing and maintaining any new code. By leveraging your existing Segment code, you can start sending real-time data to Errorception almost immediately.


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Getting Started with Segment

Segment is the infrastructure for your customer data. Use one API to unlock 200+ tools for every team in your company. With Segment, developers can stop building tedious and expensive one-off data integrations while business users can get straight to work, turning on their favorite apps right from the Segment dashboard.