Hunting down, fixing, and tracking bugs in web apps and website might be every developer and engineer’s least favorite part of their job. Unfortunately, wrangling bugs is becoming more and more of how they spend the majority of their time. Frameworks and tools for building web apps and websites have gotten more and more powerful. While these resources make building and maintaining complex web solutions easier, they bring with them more and more bugs. In addition, the number of device to operating system to browser combinations are in the tens of thousands. Simply put, it's becoming impossible to keep track of bugs.
While all bugs are important, at LogRocket, we focus on bugs that affect the front-end; issues which occur client-side. While there are plenty of solutions to track bugs in server-side code, front-end bugs are notoriously hard to track down and reproduce because they live in the wild.
There are many other reasons to track bugs, but here are some that our customers typically cite:
So how can you track bugs? There are dozens of strategies for building your own solution, but tools like LogRocket provide a central repository of errors along with the context of the errors to determine how they affected users. Get a free trial today.