Why JS-Analytics?

How will your site work with the newest web-browser?

In the world websites live in clients of the site will change their webbrowsers faster than you can test. JS-Analytics works as an early detection system. By using JS-Analytics you can quickly detect if clients are having trouble with your site, and react somtimes even before the first bug reports arrive.

Off-site analytics

If bugs are caused due to connections issues to your server. JS-Analytics is hosted on a different site. This means that even though your server is overloaded, or god forbid down, JS-Analytics will still be able to collect the potential errors that could occur due to these extraordinary circustances.

Small footprint

Great care is taken to keeping the footprint to your site as small as possible. The scripts used are as small as possible, and no content other than what you specify will be added to your site.

Ease of use

The API for using JS-Analytics is very easy to use. It is designed so you can worry about working on your site instead of working on logging and tracking of javascript errors. You'll be up and running in minutes.

Save development effort

Error logging is not a new concept. Instead of implementing your own solution, with all it's development and maintenance costs. JS-Analytics has a working solution, helping you to focus on the core parts of your application.

How well does your site behave on different browsers?

JS-Analytics will help you detect which browsers you are having javascript issues with so you can direct development efforts to problem areas.

How did your work to support a new browser turn out?

JS-Analytics will show you the metrics so you can follow up on your efforts to support specific browsers.

Loading performance

JS-Analytics are hosted on Google Appengine, and the javascript that will be loaded is highly cacheable. If your visitor have visited another site where JS-Analytics is used, chances are that the script used is already avaliable for the browser significantly reducing the loading time needed.


Shown below are the results of the uptime and response time checks constantly running on the JS-Analytics monitor.