Exception Monitoring

By default every unhandled exception fired in your Laravel app will be reported automatically to be sure you'll be alerted for unpredictable errors in real time.

Inspector allows you to report an exception manually if you want be aware of it, but you don't want to block the execution of your code:

use Inspector\Laravel\Facades\Inspector;
try {
// Your code statements here...
} catch(LogicException $exception) {
// Report an exception intentionally to collect diagnostics data
Inspector::reportException($exception);
}

If something goes wrong in your code you will be alerted in real time in your inbox and the exception will be monitored for all subsequent occurrences.

Exception monitoring

When an exception is detected you can read the code inside the stacktrace, and monitor its occurrences frequency directly in your dashboard for a better investigation:

Exception details