What is Errbit?
Errbit is a tool for collecting and managing errors from other applications. It is Airbrake (formerly known as Hoptoad) API compliant, so if you are already using Airbrake, you can just point the airbrake gem to your Errbit server.
Errbit is a tool in the Exception Monitoring category of a tech stack.
Errbit is an open source tool with 4K GitHub stars and 981 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Errbit's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Errbit?
13 companies use Errbit in their tech stacks, including MAK IT, CPH, and Parafuzo.com.
Why developers like Errbit?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Errbit
- Your exceptions may contain sensitive data that you don't want sitting on someone else's server
- Your application is behind a firewall
- You'd like to brand your error catcher
- You want to add customer features to your error catcher
- You're crazy and love managing servers
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