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Kuoll JavaScript Tracer

See how your users crashed your web application

Kuoll JavaScript Tracer is a remote debugging tracer for JavaScript web applications. Kuoll script wraps pages of your web application into an interaction listener. To enable you authentically replay UI, network, Javacript and user events in your own web browser.

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See every click, swipe and scroll on your site.

FullStory is captures your site visitors' browsing behavior, useful for anyone that wants to better understand their users and how they use your product.

Chris Pollock
The ability to see what people are really doing on your web site is priceless. If you have a physical store, you can observe where people go and what their behavior is. This application now provides that functionality to the virtual store. Worth every penny.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Not exactly what you asked for. But I think this would be useful for you. I've used many times & it works really well. But I have found better insights by using Fullstory. I find it really helpful because you can see a user whose intention (not paid) is to use your service. Seeing where they get stuck/confused gives really quick feedback … See more
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Slightly different than what you're looking for. But I think you'd find this useful as well. FullStory records everything that your users do and then you can replay it later. So you don't get the voice over/paid tester. But you do get to see how real users experience what you've built. Which I think gives you even more valuable information than a paid teste… See more
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Dimensional charting Javascript library

dc.js is a javascript charting library with native crossfilter support allowing highly efficient exploration on large multi-dimensional datasets (inspired by crossfilters demo). It leverages d3 to render charts in CSS-friendly SVG format. Charts rendered using dc.js are data driven & reactive & therefore provide instant feedback to user interaction

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Bundle Phobia

Find the cost of adding a npm package to your bundle

BundlePhobia is a web service to find out the how much size will a npm package cost your project. It can measure the size of CSS/Sass libs too and report whether the module supports tree shaking.

The same service is available via cli tool and an atom plugin.

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What tools are you using for Development?

Eighty9 💻Web Developer
Sublime Text 3 - Sophisticated Text Editor For Code
"Every 6 months or so I stick my head out and look at others like Atom and VSCode. I always end up sticking with ST3 plus a few new plugins,… See more
Atom v1.0 - The modern & hackable text editor from GitHub
"This is my go-to text editor. Super customizable and pleasant to use."
Visual Studio Code - Cross-platform & free robust code editor from Microsoft
"After using Sublime Text for years, I switched over to visual studio code and it's been amazing. Highly recommended!"

What are the best free apps for iOS and/or Mac for developers?

Nojan SheybaniUniversity of Virginia
SoloLearn - Anything Coding
"Mobile self-learning tools. Bit-sized lessons and fun practice Interactive sessions to step-by-step teaching the fundamentals of coding."
Bubble - Build a fully functional web app without any code
"If you're just starting and exploring different ways to go about building an iOS app, consider Bubble. Bubble lets you build mobile apps fo… See more

What's the best bug & issue tracking tools for non-technical teams?

Faiz MokhtarSoftware Engineer, Malaysia
Futuramo Visual Tickets - Requests, feedback and ideas shared visually
"Futuramo Visual Tickets lets your team easily report bugs by uploading screenshots/images and annotating directly on them. No additional de… See more
Kayako - Unified customer service platform
"Since you don't talk about prices or being self hosted, i'd recommend Kayako. It's a helpdesk service who a like a lot, because it's easy t… See more

What is the best tool to give feedback to developers?

Alex Garcia
HockeyApp - Beta distribution, feedback, analytics and crash reports.
"For many other platforms you can consider HockeyApp which offers internal user feedback features. There is a cost that may be required to … See more
TestFlight (iOS app) - Beta testing is easier than ever
"Assuming there is a dev environment that's fully releasing privately and separately from the current live production release (for the sake … See more
Quip 3.0 - Work with people, not files. Now with spreadsheets.
"Try out Quip instead of Trello. Taking & annotating screenshots is really helpful. So I'd combine that with a checklist in Quip. You c… See more
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