Railtown is happy to announce that root cause discovery is now available for teams that run on NodeJS.
Railtown has integrated with the most popular logging libraries including Winston, Bunyan, Pino, Log4js, and LogLevel. If your team is already using one of these logging packages then integration is super simple. If not we recommend trying Winston and adding the winston-railtown package.
The logging libraries we support allow you to send your logs to a custom destination through a method called a transport. The railtown packages are custom build to add a railtown transport for each library.
Each logging library has different configurations but with Winston, for example, its easy to turn on detection for handling uncaught exceptions as well as uncaught promise rejections. You can also specific custom errors anywhere in your code and they will be sent to railtown with the full stack trace.
To quickly get started stated head over to railtown.ai to signup for a free account and grab your token. Then select the logging library of your choice and add railtown as a destination.
If you don’t already have a railtown.ai account sign up and let us help you improve the quality of your software and increase your developer velocity. Now we can support your full stack!
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