Rollbar is better with GitHub! Get single-sign on with GitHub, send your rollbar items to GitHub Issues, link your Rollbar stack traces to the code where it happened, resolve items when a particular commit is deployed, and show the commits that were included with each deploy.
Connect your Account
Get started by going to your account settings. Navigate to the GitHub tab and click 'Connect with GitHub':
This enables single sign on (you can log in with the 'Log in with GitHub' button), and enables the GitHub integration settings for all your projects.
Set up Linking
Each line in your stack trace can be linked to your code in GitHub if it's hosted in a single repository. This has to be done once per project.
Link to GitHub
Navigate to your project settings. ("Settings" in top navbar). On the left-hand-side navbar click "GitHub".
Fill out the form as appropriate to your project. The form elements are mostly self-explanatory, but the project root may not be entirely clear. This is for projects that include some top-level directories that don't exist on the server. Those directories need to be re-prefixed to make the source files correctly link. Typically you can leave this blank.
Configure your notifier
In order to let our servers know that you want it to try linking your stack trace to the files on GitHub you should send the "server.root" key. A lot of the time that can be "/", to indicate that all files can be linked to a file in GitHub.
All official Rollbar notifiers can send this key. See the documentation for your notifiers to learn exactly how.
An additional benefit of correctly setting the server root is that any strings of vendor code in your stack trace, portions that don't come from a subdirectory of your server root, will be collapsed. This lets you focus on where your code went wrong. It also improves how Rollbar groups that error. We strip off the server root from your code where possible before using the filenames as part of the grouping fingerprint. This means you can host the code from varying locations on your servers, and still correctly see otherwise identical errors as part of a single group.
Code that is considered in-project because of the 'project_package_paths' key will not be linked to GitHub at this time.
After connecting with GitHub you can integrate GitHub issues to automatically create issues when Rollbar items arrive, or to add a 'Create GitHub Issue' button to the item page. You should do this for each project you want integrated with GitHub issues.
To do this navigate to your project notification settings ("Settings" in top navbar then "Notifications" on the left-hand side navbar). Click the "GitHub Issues" link and fill out the form to set up your GitHub issues integration.
For information on resolving Rollbar items via commit, you can find the documentation at Resolving Items via Commits.