Archive for the ‘logging’ Category

Sending PHP Event Messages to Remote Logstash on Windows

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By opening this article you've endeavored yourself to expanding your knowledge of PHP applications as part of event-based distributed systems. You'll be given a quick intro into what we are referring to when we say event messages, what Logstash is, and...

Sourcehunt – Open Source Week Edition

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Sourcehunt - Open Source Week Edition This week is Open Source Week at SitePoint.com. While we do usually cover open source here, what with all the tutorials and introductions to amazing new libraries, packages, and frameworks, this week will be a litt...

Logging Errors in Client-Side Applications

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Logging is an important part of any software application, both during active development and when it's running in production mode. When you're working on the server, there are hundreds of libraries available to you regardless of your server-side langu...

Mail Logging in Laravel 5.3: Extending the Mail Driver

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One of the many goodies Laravel offers is mailing. You can easily configure and send emails through multiple popular services, and it even includes a logging helper for development. Mail::send('emails.welcome', ['user' => $user], function ($m) use...

Monitoring WordPress Apps with the ELK Stack

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WordPress is an amazing piece of engineering. There’s little wonder that more than a quarter of all CMS-based websites are using it. In reality, though, WordPress sites crash just like any other site. Bad plugins or themes causing the “WordPress sc...

How Can the ELK Stack Be Used to Monitor PHP Apps?

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This article was peer reviewed by Christopher Thomas, Younes Rafie, and Scott Molinari. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! When things go south with our applications -- as they sometimes do, ...

Logging with Monolog: From Devtools to Slack

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Logging is an important part of the app development/maintenance cycle. It’s not just about the data you log, but also about how you do it. In this article, we are going to explore the Monolog package and see how it can help us take advantage of our l...