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tracer - A powerful and customizable logging library for node.js


A powerful and customizable logging library for node.js. support color console with timestamp, line number, method name, file name and call stack. you can set transport to file, stream, database(ex: mongodb and clouddb, simpledb). keywords: log, logger, trace

opencensus-go - A stats collection and distributed tracing framework


OpenCensus Go is a Go implementation of OpenCensus, a toolkit for collecting application performance and behavior monitoring data. Currently it consists of three major components: tags, stats, and tracing. The API of this project is still evolving, see: Deprecation Policy. The use of vendoring or a dependency management tool is recommended.

uftrace - Function (graph) tracer for user-space


The uftrace tool is to trace and analyze execution of a program written in C/C++. It was heavily inspired by the ftrace framework of the Linux kernel (especially function graph tracer) and supports userspace programs. It supports various kind of commands and filters to help analysis of the program execution and performance. It traces each function in the executable and shows time duration. It can also trace external library calls - but only entry and exit are supported and cannot trace internal function calls in the library call unless the library itself built with profiling enabled.

htracr - HTTP sniffing and low-level visualisation


htracr is a packet sniffer and visualisation tool for HTTP. It does not give you a score, grade, or hold your hand when you're crying because your site is so damn slow, but it will give you unparalleled insight into what's actually happening on the wire between your browser and the Web. First you'll need Node and its package manager, npm. You'll also need a modern Web browser (known to work: Safari 5, FireFox 4, and Chrome).




react-lifecycle-visualizer - Real-time visualizer for React lifecycle methods


An npm package (react-lifecycle-visualizer) for tracing & visualizing lifecycle methods of arbitrary React components. To trace a component, apply the higher-order component traceLifecycle to it, and all its lifecycle-method calls will show up in a replayable log component. Additionally, traced components may include a <this.props.LifecyclePanel/> element in their rendering to show a panel with lifecycle methods, which are highlighted when the corresponding log entry is selected.

jstrace - Dynamic tracing for javascript, in javascript (similar dtrace, ktap etc)


Dynamic tracing for JavaScript, written in JavaScript, providing you insight into your live nodejs applications, at the process, machine, or cluster level.Similar to systems like dtrace or ktap, the goal of dynamic tracing is to enable a rich set of debugging information in live processes, often in production in order to help discover the root of an issue. These libraries have very minimal overhead when disabled, and may be enabled externally when needed.

opencensus-java - A stats collection and distributed tracing framework


OpenCensus is a toolkit for collecting application performance and behavior data. It currently includes 3 apis: stats, tracing and tags. The library is in Beta stage and APIs are expected to be mostly stable. The library is expected to move to GA stage after v1.0.0 major release.

node-big-rig - A CLI version of Big Rig


Both the module and CLI perform the same analysis as the web app, just without a UI. This makes it a good fit for use in CI environments, or as part of bigger workflows. This will, by default, simply return a JSON string that you can parse or manipulate as you see fit.


TracerX Logger/Viewer for .NET


TracerX is a .NET logger with a powerful viewer that supports filtering/coloring by threads, category, trace level, and more. Output can go to a circular log file, event log, console/command window, or Trace.WriteLine(). The viewer can collapse and expand method calls, view/walk

Essential Diagnostics


Using and extending System.Diagnostics trace logging. This project uses the inbuilt features of the System.Diagnostics namespace, and shows how logging and tracing can be integrated into a client application whilst taking advantage of the services exposed by System.Diagnostics.

RealtimeTrace


RealtimeTrace is a .Net library you can use in any of your .Net project. By using and implementing RealtimeTrace you will have the following benefits : Track any error at execution time in your .Net application; Track any error in the release build without the Trace being ena...

A GUI interface using Visual Basic to track an IP Address


A GUI interface using Visual Basic to track an IP Address

UdpPocketTrace


It is a pocket executable which includes a trace listener and monitor . Trace listener sends data to monitor using Udp multicast channel.

zipkin-go-opentracing - OpenTracing Tracer implementation for Zipkin in Go


OpenTracing Tracer implementation for Zipkin in Go.This package is a low level tracing "driver" to allow OpenTracing API consumers to use Zipkin as their tracing backend. For details on how to work with spans and traces we suggest looking at the documentation and README from the OpenTracing API.

node-burrito - Walk and transform the javascript AST with rice and beans on the side


Burrito makes it easy to do crazy stuff with the javascript AST.This is super useful if you want to roll your own stack traces or build a code coverage tool.

trycatch - An asynchronous domain-based exception handler with long stack traces for node.js


A domain-based asynchronous try/catch with (optional) long stack traces for node.js optimized for V8. WARNING: trycatch replaces the built-in global Error object.

sngrep - Ncurses SIP Messages flow viewer


sngrep is a tool for displaying SIP calls message flows from terminal. It supports live capture to display realtime SIP packets and can also be used as PCAP viewer.

require-so-slow - `require`s taking too much time? Profile 'em.


This module produces a timeline of your requires and produces an output that you can load in the Chrome Trace Viewer. You can open the trace file in chrome://tracing in Chrome.

Tx - Tx (LINQ to Events)


The Tx approach is different than Databases, Hadoop, Splunk, Dapper, etc. which all require a stage of uploading before the events become available to queries.There are lots of ways to contribute to the project, and we appreciate our contributors. We strongly welcome and encourage contributions to this project. Please read the contributor's guide. If making a large change we request that you open an issue first. We follow the Git Flow approach to branching.