Application Version: First Class Citizen
I’m happy to report that we’ve taken our first step in that direction. When you login to the main TrackJS dashboard, you’ll notice a new top-level menu item called “Versions”. If you’ve been supplying us with version information, you’ll see a screen with errors grouped by version, with histograms showing their frequency. (Don’t worry, if you haven’t been sending us version data, you’ll be shown a configuration code snippet so you can start right away!)
If you drill in and selected a specific version, you’ll see a list of all the errors associated with it. You’ll also get the top messages, urls, and browsers for that version. Finally, and perhaps most useful of all, you can add that version as a filter to the entire TrackJS UI.
You’ll be able to treat version just like domain, time ranges, error status or any of the other top-level filters.
This is our first crack at elevating application version to a first-class citizen. We have a few other ideas to really unlock value with it, but we’d love to get your feedback too!