Herding Code 130: Dave Weaver on Loggr – a realtime analytics service

added by jongalloway
1/4/2012 9:09:26 PM

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Herding Code podcast with Dave Weaver about Loggr, a complete logging, analytics and notification service built with ASP.NET MVC, SignalR, and MongoDB.


3 comments

dpeterson
1/5/2012 8:11:29 AM
I checked out Loggr about 3 months ago, but the pricing is much too high for someone doing side-work to justify. It's unfortunate, because that kind of hands-off log collection can be a great benefit to someone who wants to keep an eye on things but not necessarily spend time/money doing so.
I'm really surprised there isn't a free version with a lower event limit per day, 20 a day would be enough to log any major exceptions for a number of projects.

pwhe23
1/5/2012 8:20:40 AM
I just checked the Loggr.com website and there is a "Forever Free Plan" where you can "Track up to 50 users and log 3,000 events per month. No expiring trials. No contracts. No credit card required." Maybe that's new?

dpeterson
1/5/2012 8:55:27 AM
Ah, must have missed it when trying to create my first log. For anyone else who might have missed it, it's the Free Developer Plan checkbox below the Billing Plan header when creating a new log.