Best rails tools to automatically handle logging of things like all a user's actions, or changes to a record in a module - primarily for audit purposes.

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/rails

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  • PaperTrail

    Track changes to your rails models

  • Scout Monitoring

    Rennaisance engineers rejoice! 1 gem 5 min to app monitoring. 5-minute onboarding. No sales team. Devs in the support channels. No DevOps team required. Get the free app insights every engineer deserves with Scout Monitoring.

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  • Audited

    Audited (formerly acts_as_audited) is an ORM extension that logs all changes to your Rails models.

  • Ahoy

    Simple, powerful, first-party analytics for Rails

  • For logging which functions were used you can use ahoy

  • Logidze

    Database changes log for Rails

  • https://github.com/palkan/logidze is my favorite for these kind of things

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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