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README.md

Honeycomb Beeline for Ruby

Build Status Gem Version

This package makes it easy to instrument your Ruby web app to send useful events to Honeycomb, a service for debugging your software in production.

Sign up for a Honeycomb trial to obtain an API key before starting.

Compatible with

Requires Ruby version 2.2 or later

Built in instrumentation for:

  • Active Support
  • Faraday
  • Rack
  • Rails
  • Sequel
  • Sinatra

Get in touch

Please reach out to support@honeycomb.io or ping us with the chat bubble on our website for any assistance. We also welcome bug reports.

Contributions

Features, bug fixes and other changes to beeline-ruby are gladly accepted. Please open issues or a pull request with your change. Remember to add your name to the CONTRIBUTORS file!

All contributions will be released under the Apache License 2.0.

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