Laravel Error Tracking
Let's fix this automatically automatically together right now
Flare is specifically built for Laravel error tracking.
Think of Ignition—your local error page—in production.
Know the issue in no time
Instant notifications for errors in production
For common issues, Flare suggests solutions and related documentation. The best part? In local development, the Ignition error page can automatically fix things for you with a single click.
Laravel error tracking has never been more comfortable.
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Made to collaborate
You can share your exceptions from your local environment or production. Pick the exact content which can see the light when you ask for help.
Need more assistance? Invite guests and team members to your projects to share the burden. Flare is the Laravel error tracker that keeps the costs low–no matter how many collaborators or projects you add.
As seen in… Laravel
A first-class citizen
Flare couples with Ignition—the open-source error page of Laravel. Anyone who has ever seen a local error will love the online features of Flare for monitoring projects in production. Flare is the Laravel error tracker that mirrors your local debugging experience.
The service provides a focused and super-fast interface with customization in mind. It clearly shows that a team of fellow developers built Ignition and Flare.
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Good folks saying nice things
Ignition provided a massive upgrade to Laravel’s default error page. But the seamless and instantly familiar integration with Flare changes the game entirely. I’m blown away.
Absolutely love Flare and Ignition! It already has become a vital part of my techstack. Great integration with Laravel, dead simple UX and a beautiful UI. Worth every penny!
Since using Flare, I already have a bug fixed when my collegues came to me for reporting that (fixed) error… nice work!
I’ve been using Flare for the last month now. For my work and learning it’s the perfect fit. You can learn how to fix issues using Laravel specific and easy to understand logs. It’s as much a tool for learning as it is a bug tracker. 🔥