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rollbar-gem - Exception tracking and logging from Ruby to Rollbar

  •    Ruby

Rollbar is a real-time exception reporting service for Ruby and other languages. The Rollbar service will alert you of problems with your code and help you understand them in a ways never possible before. We love it and we hope you will too. Rollbar-gem is the SDK for Ruby apps and includes support for apps using Rails, Sinatra, Rack, plain Ruby, and other frameworks.

rollbar.js - Error tracking and logging from JS to Rollbar

  •    Javascript

Rollbar.js is the Javascript SDK for Rollbar. It supports both Node.js and client-side Javascript, including frameworks such as React, Angular, Ember, and more. For complete usage instructions and configuration reference, see our Javascript SDK docs.

rollbar-php - Error tracking and logging from PHP to Rollbar

  •    PHP

This library detects errors and exceptions in your application and reports them to Rollbar for alerts, reporting, and analysis. For complete usage instructions and configuration reference, see our PHP SDK docs.

rollbar-sourcemap-webpack-plugin - A Webpack plugin to upload sourcemaps to Rollbar

  •    Javascript

This is a Webpack plugin that simplifies uploading the sourcemaps, generated from a webpack build, to Rollbar. Production JavaScript bundles are typically minified before deploying, making Rollbar stacktraces pretty useless unless you take steps to upload the sourcemaps. You may be doing this now in a shell script, triggered during your deploy process, that makes curl posts to the Rollbar API. This can be finicky and error prone to setup. RollbarSourceMapPlugin aims to remove that burden and automatically upload the sourcemaps when they are emitted by webpack.




bunyan-rollbar - A Bunyan stream plugin to send error logs to Rollbar

  •    Javascript

If you're using Bunyan for logging, this custom stream can be used to send your error logs to Rollbar. If you plan to use Bunyan's standard serializers, it's recommended you use the standard serializers from this library instead. You should also overwrite bunyan.stdSerializers.err with the version from this library. The serializers provided by this library include all the same standard serializers as Bunyan, but are modified to retain the original error and request objects so Rollbar can apply its own custom processing to those specific types of objects.

redux-rollbar-middleware - Redux middleware that wraps exceptions in actions and sends them to Rollbar with current state

  •    Javascript

It allows to easily override sent state for sanitization (e.g. if you store password or credit card number in your applicationt state). It demands basically no additional configuration except default Rollbar configuration options.

gulp-rollbar - Upload source map files to Rollbar.com

  •    Javascript

Following Gulp's philosophy, gulp-rollbar does not generate any the source map, but delegates this task to gulp-sourcemaps. Just make sure you call sourcemaps.init() in the pipeline before rollbar().


rollbar - Middleware to integrate with rollbar error monitoring.

  •    Go

Middleware to integrate with rollbar error monitoring. It uses roll client for Go that reports errors and logs messages.

flash_rollbar - Flash notifier for Rollbar

  •    ActionScript

Flash (ActionScript 3) library for reporting exceptions, errors, and log messages to Rollbar. Rollbar.init() installed a global error handler, so you don't need to do anything else.

logstash-output-rollbar - Logstash output plugin that sends events to the Rollbar error monitoring service

  •    Ruby

This is a plugin for Logstash that sends events to the Rollbar error monitoring service. It is fully free and fully open source. The license is Apache 2.0, meaning you are pretty much free to use it however you want in whatever way.

pyrollbar - Error tracking and logging from Python to Rollbar

  •    Python

Python notifier for reporting exceptions, errors, and log messages to Rollbar. For complete usage instructions and configuration reference, see our Python SDK docs.

rollbar-agent - A daemon to monitor log files and push messages to Rollbar

  •    Python

If you are trying to monitor your application's log files, we recommend using a Rollbar notifier library instead (or in addition, in the case of PHP--see next paragraph). The Rollbar notifiers are easier to install and use and will gather more context about each error. See https://rollbar.com/docs for a list of supported languages and links to notifiers. Today, the primary use of rollbar-agent is to provide durable, asynchronous reporting from PHP applications that are instrumented with rollbar-php. If you are using PHP and performance is important, you'll want to set up rollbar-agent.

rollbar-go - Go client for Rollbar

  •    Go

Rollbar is a real-time exception reporting service for Go and other languages. The Rollbar service will alert you of problems with your code and help you understand them in a ways never possible before. We love it and we hope you will too. rollbar-go is a Golang Rollbar client that makes it easy to report errors to Rollbar with full stacktraces. Errors are sent to Rollbar asynchronously in a background goroutine.

rollbar-ios - Objective-C library for crash reporting and logging with Rollbar.

  •    Objective-C

Objective-C & Swift library for crash reporting and logging with Rollbar. For complete usage instructions and configuration reference, see our iOS SDK docs.

rollbar-java - Rollbar for Java and Android

  •    Java

The current library has undergone a major overhaul between versions 0.5.4 and 1.0.0. We recommend upgrading from prior versions of rollbar-java, but that process may require some work on your end for the more complex use cases of the old library. The code is documented with javadoc and therefore should be usable from viewing the documentation in the source. There are examples in the examples directory showing different use cases for consuming these libraries.

Rollbar.NET - Rollbar for .NET

  •    CSharp

A .NET Rollbar Client that can be used in any application built on the following .NET versions: .NET Core 2.0+, .NET Standard 2.0+, and .NET Full Framework 4.5+. The SDK is designed to have as little impact on the hosting system or application as possible. Normally, you want to use asynchronous logging, since it has virtually no instrumentational overhead on your application execution performance at runtime. It has a "fire and forget" approach to logging.





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