Track Wordpress errors with Flare

Sometimes, you don't have Laravel projects only but also run a classic Wordpress blog. Do you want to monitor this blog with Flare, too? We got you covered! Wordpress doesn't use composer out-of-the-box, but there are many guides on how you can do that. For this article, we go with the most…

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Using Flare with Lumen

The main goal of Flare is to be the best error tracker for Laravel applications. Since we started, many people are asking how they can use Flare with other PHP applications that they run and how this works. For this purpose, we released a plain PHP SDK that also powers Flares Laravel client Ignition…

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Creating business opportunities with error tracking

When running production applications for your clients, it can take days until a bug is reported to your team. This reporting-delay might not be critical to the business of your client if it is a low traffic site, but it might be a direct financial loss if it’s a high-traffic application. If the…

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Sending logs to Flare

Flare is an error tracker for Laravel, but what do you do if you want notifications for other events which do not throw exceptions? You might wish to receive notifications for failing payments or other actions that users do in your application and that don't throw errors but where you want to know…

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Introducing "ddd" - a new global helper for Laravel

Today we are very excited to announce a new global helper function that is available for all Laravel 6 installations, as well as for all applications that have Ignition 1.9+ installed. We all love to debug our code using dd - it's fast and easy. But sometimes you want to have some more information…

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