Symfony Crash reporting

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Symfony Crash reporting

Symfony Crash reporting plays a pivotal role in maintaining the quality of an application. When an application crashes, it disrupts the user's experience, which can lead to frustration and, in some cases, loss of data. By implementing crash reporting, developers can capture valuable information about the conditions that led to a crash. This information can then be used to prevent future occurrences, thus improving the overall user experience and the reputation of the Symfony application.

Symfony Crash reporting is implemented using a crash reporting tool or a software library. These tools capture and record the state of the application at the time of the crash. This includes details such as the call stack, memory dump, and system information. Once a crash occurs, the crash report gets sent to a server where developers can access and analyze it. The detailed insights provided by these reports allow developers to pinpoint the exact line of code that caused the crash and why it happened, making the bug fixing process significantly more efficient.


Symfony Error monitoring

Manage all errors and exceptions from your projects in a single cloud-based application.

Catch all errors, including those not handled.
Streply will automatically detect and handle any errors and exceptions, including those that are not handled in your code.
Back to the root cause.
Each error contains all the necessary information, just like in your local environment.
Focus on the most important issues.
Find out when your code has problems and easily see how many users encountered the issue.
Crash reporting.
We will immediately notify you when we detect that your app going down. You will be the first to know, giving you the advantage of time to address the issue promptly.
Error monitoring

Symfony Log management

Consolidate all your logs into organized data and easily analyze everything using a user-friendly query builder.

High-speed log search.
Experience lightning-fast log viewing and searching, providing results in seconds instead of minutes.
User-friendly query builder.
Utilize a query builder that is easy to use in order to locate all the information you require.
Background commands.
Effortlessly track and analyze code executed in the background (for example CRON tab). It's simple now.
If you want to be notified when a specific action takes place, you can easily set up an alert.
Log management

Symfony Uptime monitoring

Find out if your app stops working before your users do. It's really important!

Every minutes.
We will check your website every minute, that's 1440 checks in a day!
When your app stops working, we create a report to give you all the details about the issue.
We'll let you know right away when your app stops working and when it's running again.
Uptime monitoring

Symfony Crash reporting

Streply will notify you promptly if there are any issues with your apps or if your app goes down.

Errors number.
We'll let you know if there are too many errors in a certain time period.
Search criteria.
When you enter Issues or Events, to set a notification when an event occurs that matches the search criteria you entered.
When entering the Issue data, to set a notification when the Issue occurs again.
Crash reporting

Symfony CRON monitoring

Cron Monitoring lets you keep track of how and when background jobs work and how well your scheduled tasks are performing in your projects.

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Symfony performance monitoring

Application speed is key, measure how fast your code runs and where the bottlenecks are. Not just the whole application, but also individual fragments.

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How to install

Getting started is simple

We've got libraries available for all the popular programming languages and frameworks out there. Installing will take just 5 minutes.

Install the streply/streply-symfony package:

composer require streply/streply-symfony

Add the bundle to the list of registered bundles in config/bundles.php:

return [
    Streply\StreplyBundle\StreplyBundle::class => ['all' => true]

Add default configuration in config/packages/streply.yaml and add DSN info to .env file:

  dsn: '%env(STREPLY_DSN)%'


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