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Recreating the Chrome Console in React

One of the core features of LogRocket is the replay of console and Redux logs in production web apps. To do this, you add...
Ben Edelstein
5 min read

Introducing GraphQL logging in LogRocket

Today we’re excited to announce official support for GraphQL in LogRocket! Now, when facing bugs or user-reported issues, you can see all the GraphQL...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

Make React Fast Again [Part 3]: Highlighting Component Updates

React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Make React Fast Again [Part 2]: why-did-you-update

React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Make React Fast Again [Part 1]: Performance Timeline

React is usually pretty fast, but it’s easy to make small mistakes that lead to performance issues. Slow component mounts, deep component trees, and...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Announcing LogRocket for Vue.js

Today we’re excited to announce official support for Vue.js and Vuex in LogRocket. Using the new logrocket-vuex npm package, developers can log mutations in...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

LogRocket: DVR for JavaScript apps

Understanding problems in web apps is hard. Between mysterious JavaScript errors, user-reported bugs, and issues caught in QA, there’s a constant struggle to get...
Matt Arbesfeld
2 min read

Maximizing Debuggability with Redux

In my last blog post, Redux Logging in Production, I discussed one of the most important benefits of using Redux — debuggability. By using front end...
Ben Edelstein
2 min read

Announcing LogRocket for Angular

Today we’re excited to announce official support for Angular and ngrx in LogRocket. Using the new logrocket-ngrx npm package, developers can log actoins/state in...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

Redux Logging in Production

One of the greatest strengths of Redux is debuggability — by logging actions and state during an app’s execution, developers can easily understand code errors, race...
Ben Edelstein
5 min read

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