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Description

A service to catch unhandled exceptions in JavaScript. You add a javascript snippet to your page, and we provide a dashboard showing you the errors that occur in each browser, how often, and how many users are affected.

As well as de-duplicating errors that occur in your application, we show the backtraces, a highlighted source fragment as well as fetching a remote Source Map if your Javascript is minified and references one.

FOLLOW our app: @rescuejs on Twitter, Blog

FOLLOW US: Lee, Conrad.

More details can be seen at:
http://blog.rescuejs.com

Built By Team "RescueJS"

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Bootstrap

Javascript frameworks: nvd3.js, d3.js, jquery, https://github.com/rapportive-oss/model-r

Icons from paulirish.com

Ruby gems: rails, devise, sidekiq, bugsnag, useragent, andand, source_map, addressable, b...

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Bootstrap

Javascript frameworks: nvd3.js, d3.js, jquery, https://github.com/rapportive-oss/model-r

Icons from paulirish.com

Ruby gems: rails, devise, sidekiq, bugsnag, useragent, andand, source_map, addressable, bsearch, pg, postgres_ext, anjlab-bootstrap-rails, sass-rails, coffee-rails, uglifier, jquery-rails, rspec-rails, capistrano, therubyracer, pry, pry-rails, uglifyjs2

3rd party service: bugsnag.com (which is awesome)

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