Not sure about you, but I don’t like errors. Actually, when I see one I usually do something like this.
However, if you know about an error, you can fix it. It’s far worse when you don’t know about problems users are experiencing while browsing using your application. Some studies show that, in most cases, users are not willing to perform some action again once it has resulted in an error. Therefore, knowing about errors and responding to them as soon as possible is critical. In that vein, today’s guest is Raygun – a convenient and easy to setup error tracking service.
In this article, I am going to show you how to integrate Raygun into your Rails application and start to track errors in just ten minutes. We will also setup a special “Pulse” service allowing us to view how many users are currently browsing the web site, where are they are from, how satisfied they are and more!
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