Monitoring errors in WordPress

By Jason Skowronski in rollbar

November 6, 2018

WordPress is an open source blogging and website creation tool written in PHP and MySQL. It is a highly flexible content management system (CMS) that enables you to build and manage your website using just your web browser. According to a W3Techs survey, WordPress is used by 31.8% of all websites. We’ve created an example app to demonstrate how errors are handled in WordPress. Also, we’ll show you how Rollbar can help you monitor and display errors on a dashboard.

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How to Monitor Errors in Magento 2 the Easy Way

By Jason Skowronski in rollbar

October 25, 2018

In this post, we’ll show you how to enable exception printing and monitor errors in Magento 2 applications, both using the native exception log and the popular error monitoring solution Rollbar. Rollbar will give you an overview of all the errors happening on your store, how many customers are affected, and debugging information to find the root cause.

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Benchmarking PHP Logging Frameworks: Which is Fastest and Most Reliable?

By Jorge Orpinel in loggly

August 23, 2018

How do PHP logging frameworks fare when pushed to their limits? This analysis can help us decide which option is best for our PHP applications. Performance, speed, and reliability are important for logging frameworks because we want the best performance out of our application and to minimize loss of data.

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Top 10 PHP errors from 1,000+ projects (and how to avoid them)

By Jason Skowronski in Rollbar

July 29, 2018

To give back to our community of developers, we looked at our database of thousands of projects and found the top 10 errors in PHP apps. We’re going to show you what causes them and how to prevent them. Avoiding these “gotchas” will make you a better developer.

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