|Exception Handler||Better Errors|
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|MIT License||MIT License|
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how to debug console?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/rails | 10 Jul 2022
There are a few options for this behavior. There is https://github.com/pry/pry-rails which allows you to set break points in your code that does exactly what you're describing when it's hit. Or there's https://github.com/BetterErrors/better_errors. This one does a pretty page when an error happens with a live console open on the page you can use.
Debugging Ruby application running in docker with VS code
3 projects | reddit.com/r/ruby | 30 May 2021
What are some alternatives?
Raven Ruby - Sentry SDK for Ruby
Exception Notification - Exception Notifier Plugin for Rails
Errbit - The open source error catcher that's Airbrake API compliant
Airbrake - The official Airbrake library for Ruby applications
vscode-ruby - Provides Ruby language and debugging support for Visual Studio Code
Bugsnag - Bugsnag error monitoring & reporting software for rails, sinatra, rack and ruby
RorVsWild - Ruby on Rails performances & exceptions monitoring
Honeybadger - Ruby gem for reporting errors to honeybadger.io
Nesty - Nested exceptions for Ruby