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By jeffreyw
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Published: Sep 25 2013 / 01:52

Collecting log events from the browser presents a number of challenges which have hindered the development of a viable solution. There’s no standard means of transmitting log data from the front-end; it’s not like you can pipe it straight to rsyslog. You’re constrained by the same-origin policy. Developing a cross-browser solution means dealing with cross-browser idiosyncrasies. You don’t know in advance where clients will come from, and you don’t have any control over their network topology- so how do you identify individual users? Find out how you can now log client-side JavaScript events straight into your log management tool without needing another app.
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