We're fortunate to have a great community of developers who have written and maintain libraries for Rollbar in a wide variety of languages. This is a list of all such known libraries.
|Clojure||rollcage||Marc O'Morian from CircleCI|
|cljs-rollbar||Moe Aboulkheir from Nervous Systems|
|rollbar for coldbox||Luis Majano of Ortus Solutions|
|Dart||rollbar.dart||Anton Astashov from Mixbook|
|Erlang||erollbar||Omar Yasin from Heroku|
|Go||go-rollbar||Tyson from Stovepipe Studios|
|Google App Engine||rollbar-appengine||Jeff Schnitzer|
|Haskell||rollbar-haskell [Hackage]||Greg Weber|
|R||Rollbar for R||Andrew Kane|
Server-side log files
rollbar-agent is a process that runs server-side, monitors log files, and sends events of interest to Rollbar. It runs as a standalone process and no application-specific integration is required.
Installation and configuration instructions are on the GitHub project page.
We have an API endpoint that is wire-compatible with the Airbrake Notices API v2.2. If you are currently an Airbrake user, this may be your easiest way to get started.
To use, configure your library to use the host
api.rollbar.com (if it is configured with a host) or
https://api.rollbar.com/notifier_api/v2/notices (if it is configured with a URL).
For example, if using the Airbrake Rails gem, put the following in
Airbrake.configure do |config| config.api_key = 'YOUR_PROJECT_ACCESS_TOKEN' config.host = 'api.rollbar.com' config.secure = true end
Not all Rollbar features are available through this endpoint, so when possible we recommend using a Rollbar-specific library instead.
If we don't have a notifier for your language or platform, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also integrate directly with our API. View the documentation.