LogRocket for Developers

Finally, no more mysterious exceptions and bug reports.

Replay problems as if they happened in your own browser.

Session video

Visualize HTML/CSS bugs, and inspect the DOM at any point in time.

User actions

See the user’s mouse, keyboard, touch events and more.

Network activity

Inspect every request/response.

Console and Redux

See console logs and redux state at any point in time.

Network activity

Inspect every request/response.

Redux actions

Replay the actions that led to a bug.

Session video

See exactly what the user saw.

Redux state

Explore state at any moment in time.

Fix bugs at the speed of lightning


Connect to your crash reporting tool and get a LogRocket report with every exception.

Get a LogRocket session URL with every crash in your exception tracking tool.


Allow QA and users to report bugs directly from your app with our reporting button.

QA and beta testers can create issues with LogRocket sessions URLs.


View the session in LogRocket to see exactly what happened when the user reported the bug.

See console logs, network requests, and video for every bug.

Capture everything

Console and Redux logs
Synchronized to the session recording

Full DOM state and user actions
Pixel-perfect replay of what your users saw

Network requests / responses
Bodies, headers, duration and errors

Deep performance analysis
Memory usage, FPS, asset loads, and more.

Integrations for popular frameworks and libraries

We have been using LogRocket for a few months at Farmigo. It allows us to analyze and understand the issues that come up in our product and saves us a lot of troubleshooting time.

yossi pik, cto - farmigo

Explore other use cases

LogRocket for Support

Troubleshoot customer issues and fix problems faster.

LogRocket for Product/UX

Deeply understand your users by watching them use your product.

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LogRocket for Developers: Replay problems as if they happened in your own browser.