The primary purpose of any business is to offer good products and services and customer satisfaction. While this is true, it’s not your only responsibility. As a business, you are responsible for all sorts of data and information regarding your customers, and it’s your duty to ensure their security, failure to which you expose the data to hackers.
Logs are like a watchtower or an x-ray report of the body. They can provide data and monitor the health of your infrastructure stack to alert you when there is a security or data breach. Without logs, most IT internal components would be damaged or hacked, and thus it’s essential to conduct log analysis. Doing it manually can be cumbersome, so it’s necessary to employ log monitoring tools.
Get console errors right on your page
Be aware of errors, warnings, and logs that are happening on your website without having to open the browser’s console. See logs in a toast notification format and find out bugs you didn’t know existed