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Extending Sentry with LogRocket

If you’re using Sentry, then you already know that it’s one of the best tools for tracking errors in JavaScript apps. By adding just...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

Using the Chrome devtools new code coverage feature

Code coverage has finally made it out of experiments and into Chrome Canary, meaning that it will soon reach general availability. This is an...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

Visualizing backend performance in the Chrome DevTools

Chrome’s network panel has a number of helpful visualizations for understanding network request/response performance. In this post, I’ll break down the request lifecycle waterfall,...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Making the most of the Chrome Developer Tools—Part 2

Most web developers are familiar with the basic features of the chrome developer tools — the DOM inspector, styles panel, and JavaScript console — however, there are a...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Testing React Applications (Part 1 of 3)

For many years I dreaded front end development. It’s not because I don’t love making products or writing CSS, but rather it was virtually...
Matt Arbesfeld
4 min read

Leveraging the Console API in React apps

Most JavaScript developers are familiar with the console API, particularlyconsole.log(). However, there are a number of lesser-known console methods that are quite useful in...
Ben Edelstein
3 min read

JavaScript Testing: Chai (Part 1)

At LogRocket, nearly our entire code base is JavaScript. Over the years, we have learned a good amount about the lesser-known features of JavaScript...
Matt Arbesfeld
2 min read

Tips for styling React apps in JavaScript

While many developers still use CSS to style their React apps, writing styles in JavaScript has become an increasingly popular practice as it gives...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Log-Driven Development with Redux

How many times have you been asked by a product manager “how often is this feature being used?” Or there’s a mysterious crash in...
Matt Arbesfeld
1 min read

Session filters, NPM package, sessions by user

We have been hard at work on a number of major improvements to LogRocket that make it easier to find relevant user sessions. Session...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

Making the most of the Chrome Developer Tools—Part 1

Most web developers are familiar with the basic features of the chrome developer tools — the DOM inspector, styles panel, and JavaScript console — however, there are a...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

New in LogRocket: Sessions List, Source Maps, Multi-Page Support

We’re excited to roll-out a few highly requested features in LogRocket today. Just refresh your app and you’ll get access to: 1. User Sessions List...
Ben Edelstein
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