(Note: not a super interesting video, just a functional demo)
I've been bored for the last week and have been sitting on the domain logflume.io for a year now so thought I'd try to put it to use. I wanted to build a logging platform with the premise of being as simple and flexible as possible.
The idea is pretty simple. You send a "key" (eg. "error", "fatal", "purchase", "test", ...etc) and a "message" (eg. "Error triggered from line 204 at 12:59:59", "Customer bounced after 0:23 seconds", "Purchase for $23.99", etc.) and it is logged and stored. As you can see you can log any key/value pair you want (this was not quite demoed in the video as I was using mock values). This allows you to use your logging for a wide variety of use cases and applications.
All you need to send a log is an HTTP POST request. This means you can log from anywhere, the client, the server, a terminal, a Raspberry Pi, a smart fridge, who knows! I don't want to limit you.
I want to provide all of this with super easy setup, very clean and minimal interface, helpful functionality like filtering/sorting/searching, and relatively cheap compared to some of the big brands.