Airbrake vs TrackJS: What are the differences?
Airbrake and TrackJS can be categorized as "Exception Monitoring" tools.
Some of the features offered by Airbrake are:
- Dupe Detection- Developers will only receive an email once when an error occurs — rather than getting buried under an error email avalanche.
- Auto Resolve- An action on each application deployment — that way developers can focus on the problems that exist today, not the ones from last month.
- Github Aware- Airbrake is github-aware, and can link code in your Airbrake error stack traces to the corresponding locations on github.
On the other hand, TrackJS provides the following key features:
- Telemetry Timeline: More than just an error. The Telemetry Timeline shows the user, network, and console events that preceded an error, like an airplane's BlackBox for your webapp.
- Realtime Dashboard: Compare the hits and errors for your webapp over time. See if a recent change is causing failures, and where to prioritize debugging.
- Intelligence Alerting: Get notified when issues important to you are happening, right to your email or chat room.
"Reliable" is the top reason why over 26 developers like Airbrake, while over 12 developers mention "Great error reporting" as the leading cause for choosing TrackJS.
According to the StackShare community, TrackJS has a broader approval, being mentioned in 328 company stacks & 29 developers stacks; compared to Airbrake, which is listed in 91 company stacks and 22 developer stacks.
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Efficiently trace and detect errors in the stack without having to explicitly setup error tracking for each action.