DamnIT is a Free Service That Emails You When a User Encounters a JavaScript Error on One of Your Webpages

DamnIT emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error in your webpages.

DamnIT is a completely free service that emails you when a user encounters a JavaScript error somewhere on your website. If you have ever coded in JS you’ll know what a pain in the butt it can be to debug your script. That’s where DamnIT come in:

DamnIT makes it simple for beta testers to provide useful feedback by prompting them after an error occurs and combining their response with error message, file, line number, and back-trace information. You’ll receive detailed automated error information instead of vague bug descriptions.


DamnIT is available as a JavaScript MVC’s error plugin and as a stand alone script that you can easily implement on your own. Once you tested your latest app with DamnIT and fixed all of your bugs in half the usual time, your wonder how you ever got along without it.

How It Works in Five Simple Steps:

  1. Sign up and confirm your email to receive an Application Key.
  2. Include damnit.js with your Application Key in your html pages.
  3. When an error is captured or the onerror event is called, the error is sent to DamnIT.
  4. You can optionally let your users provide a description before the error is sent.
  5. DamnIT instantly sends you an email detailing the error.



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