Application Logging Platform Feedback?

TM
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Hi everyone, I decided my first indie hacker project is going to be an application logging platform! Application logging is one of the most important things a developer should implement especially when it comes time to troubleshoot/production support/on-call. I have had many experiences with on-call and personally, I have not been a huge fan of the APM tools I have used, which is why I decided to embark on this indie hacker challenge of building my own application logging platform but with indie hackers in mind. Meaning affordability and ease of use. The mission: Help indie hackers provide their users with an optimal end-user experience. The goal: Provide an affordable, user-friendly application logging platform for indie hackers/makers. If you're interested in taking this journey with me and becoming a beta user, follow me on twitter @t__moore and subscribe at https://www.producthunt.com/upcoming/logsden #WelcomeToTheLogsDen

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PM, Developer and Founder @ PrepxUs
If you were to describe your solution, would it behave like Splunk, New Relics, etc. or something else
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Entrepreneur. Software Engineer.
@rilwan_owolabi1 Thank you for your response! I would describe it more of a combination of Splunk & Grafana but without having to write queries to search for certain log levels (info, error, warn, etc.) in your logs. Instead, simply integrate with the SDK and LogsDen will do the heavy lifting. For example: LogsDen.Error(" < Your Error Message > ") Then head to the web app to see the trend via the LogsDen Dashboard.