LogDNA, the leading log management solution for DevOps teams, today launched a new browser logging capability, which makes it easier for full-stack and frontend developers to ingest frontend log data in LogDNA to more efficiently debug web applications. With this new data, developers can see errors with stack traces and correlate these errors with a specific application release or browser version. They can also log performance metrics in real time to discover how long specific user interface (UI) functionality takes on a customer’s device. As a result, developers are empowered to take immediate action to improve the performance of their web applications to deliver the best user experiences possible.
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