We are excited to announce the release of the NodeJs/ExpressJS integration library.
NodeJs code execution can now be monitored with Inspector via a simple and easy to use npm module, to identify bugs and bottlenecks in your application before users stumble onto the problem.
It takes less than one minute to get started with just one command and two lines of code.
Inspector joins Nana Bianca, the Italian startup accelerator in Florance, Italy.
I just want to say thank you to our customers from New York to Singapore, from Amsterdam to Hong Kong for trust Inspector since the beginning that helped us to do better and better with their feebacks and advices.
The company has now more resources to make a better product and to create the best customers support that developers can find out there!
I can understand now what I read so many times in others founders stories about how hard it is to get your first 10 customers.
Yes it wasn't easy, that's why it's awesome :)!
The goal is achived, so the next step is 100 active customers. I'm loving to work with other developers, I think they are one of the last category of person that really love what they do.
Feel free to leave your feedback or advice, it's really appreciated. Thank you hackers!
We are so proud to be part of the Terna open innovation program.
Terna is the biggest company in the energy supplies industry in Italy and they have choosen Inspector as interested company to work with aim to optimize the company's digitalization process.
We love to build automated and easy to use developer tools that can bring productivity improvements in companies that rely on software to serve their customers.
We are now working on the prepackaged version of Inspector to distribute our product "on-premise".
Inspector is taking me to new experiences. In the last few weeks I enjoyed bringing my product in the "physical world" :D.
I met other entrepreneurs, managers, and also venture capitalists. I love to do new experiences and I just want say thank you to all developers that trust Inspector to move their dream forward.
I'm already working to keep making Inspector better.
Hello hackers, in early July I launched Inspector and in just one month the product gets four paying customers and thousend of new developers subscribed.
Thanks to many feedback from our user base I released today a new product update.
Now Inspector show the transactions volume to check your application Laravel application load at a glance.
As product owner I learned on my skin how an application issue isn't just a technical stuff. For software-driven companies it could create a negative impact on the users experience during on-boarding process or affect engagement.
Thanks to Inspector I no longer need to spend a lot of time to search errors inside logs manually, trying to anticipate users complaints, because an autonomous tool is doing this job for me, bubbling up anything that could create problems for users.
Today I'm exited to expose my product to a more larger audience live on Product Hunt, and I invite you to click on the link below and support us with an Upvote :)
There was a lot of buzz last week about Inspector after my article was featured on Laravel Links website and newsletter.
When buzz turns into real traffic on your website the challenge begins: "Did I do a good job?", "Are there others people who really need my product so much to buy it?"
I'm proud to tell you about my first two subscriptions activated on 67 new account registrations in 4 days.
Furthermore a network attack stressed my server and caused some outages, but we fixed any issues and all is working now.
Thank you for share my journey, I would support my new customers as best I can and better play my chance to create a useful and profitable SaaS product.
My step by step guide on how to use Inspector package to monitor a Laravel app in real-time was featured in one of the most known website in the Laravel community.
Hundreds of users are navigating the website just now, and I was noticed about 10 new accounts in the last 24 hour.
This was an advice from IndieHackers members. Thank you to putting me in the right way.
We continue to grow our user base.
As product owner I need metrics to move my business forward, and my product itself is a tool that provide instant and actionable metrics to its users, so I study and practice every day to find the best possible way to make data-driven decisions and avoid unnecessary risks.
I’m not interested in charts that looks good (even if they are), my priority are useful, indeed needful metrics to distinguish between something that doesn’t need to be rushed and something that needs immediate attention to keep your application (and probably your business) stable and secure.
https://www.inspector.dev/laravel-real-time-monitoring-alerting-using-inspector - part-2-average-sucks/
Be the first to know bugs and bottlenecks in your application! Don't wait for user reports!
Inspector helps software driven companies to avoid losing customers and money due to technical errors on their applications.