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Over and over again I see developers re-implementing error tracking, I’ve been there myself. One of the reasons to this I think is because many of the tracking tools out there add too much noise and are just cumbersome to use.

Posted by dotCore  |   Apr 07 2013 / 17:50

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devdanke replied ago:

Your existing application logs are the best way to track errors. You already log errors. You already save your logs. Just grep error messages from your archived logs. This is far simpler, as effective, and more flexible than Raygun. There's no need to add the extra Raygun dependency, which is a network dependency.

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