Friday, 11 January 2013

Your JS Errors Are Now An API Call Away

It always annoys me when data gets caught in inaccessible silos, yet that's exactly what I had ended up building with Errorception. Today, that gets rectified.

Today I'm announcing the first cut of the Errorception API. As far as I know at least, it is the first API in the wild tailored specifically for JS errors in your site.

Being a huge fan of simplicity, the API is really simple to use too. In fact, I've embedded a curl example right here in this blog post:

$ curl -i
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8
Content-Length: 77
Connection: keep-alive


You can view detailed API documentation on the API docs page.

I'm excited to see what you will do with this data. I'm hoping to evolve this API based on what your experience is like. As usual, feel free to mail me at rakeshpai at errorception dot com with any suggestions or feedback.


  1. Very nice, but I'm still waiting for the API to record an error.

  2. @EWorley, here you go: