Honeybadger is an error management suite for Ruby on Rails applications. It collects error data from your application and displays it in a user-friendly format that makes tracking down and resolving issues faster and easier. It is the modern error management app that gives you more than an email and a backtrace.
Alerts when your apps raise exceptions, and tools to fix them quickly. Know when your apps go down and become unreachable. Learn about slow requests, CPU, memory and network usage.
When your whole team uses Honeybadger, life gets awesome. Suddenly you can work on bugs together. You can add comments via email. You’ll get detailed error histories.
To invite a new collaborator, just add their email to a project. It’s on the “Project Settings” page.
When you add a collaborator, we send them a magical link that adds them to your project.
You can get the data you need to fix your bugs fast.
Flip through the past versions of the same bug, lightning-fast. Click on the arrows in the subnav. Or use the left and right arrows on your keyboard.
Click a button, or press a key to jump between your backtrace, params and other data. All your debug info is on a single page. Go crazy. Scroll.
You can drive this page entirely via the keyboard. Click on the help link in the bottom left of the screen to get the most comprehensive list.
Everything that looks like data is valid Ruby. We even have a fancy “Copy to Clipboard” button. Need to recreate a failed request? This is golden.
They geolocate the user’s IP, show the browser, detect bots and more.
If you’ve connected your project to Github, you can view each step in your trace on Github.
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