Pipe your app and server logs to TailTub. You get back a unique URL. Share the URL with others to view results in real-time.
Get the zero-dependency, single-file tailtub tool now and start sharing.
.@SRhyne @PubNub this is deluxe— Stephen Blum (@stephenlb) December 16, 2015
Great idea: RequestBin for Bash https://t.co/zM56PnVPz7— John Sheehan (@johnsheehan) December 16, 2015
Share logs to non-ssh users.
Requestb.in is fantastic for debugging client HTTP requests. Conversely, TailTub is great for giving testers a window into how their API requests are being processed after hitting the server.
# Create a tailtub url > tail -f application.log | grep user_5 | tailtub # share the URL with a tester https://tailtub.com/aUGSPwu3677xywu1 # In your application logic.. MyLogMethod('user_5 GET /users/1 input : ' + json_encode($input) ); # now the tailtub bather will only see log out put that matches user_5
Monitor long-running processes on the go.
Tailtub is mobile friendly. Create a TailTub process that alerts you of errors and warnings. Then bookmark the tailtub link on your mobile.
> tail -f error_log | tailtub # bookmark the URL on your mobile https://tailtub.com/2jlj9dsifl2kjA
Howdy! I'm Stephen Rhyne. I live between Austin and San Antonio.
For the last 6 years I've been building and growing WebPDI.com and ConveYour.com. All the while, I've been dreaming about building tools that empower fellow developers (vs the less technical audiences I have right now). I've struggled to believe my own gut feelings about industry trends and opportunities. TailTub is my first attempt to bring value to the developer community and man does it feel good!
If you are a developer looking to build tools and products for others, I would love to hear from you! Oh, and thanks for checking out TailTub.
Here are some ideas I'm toying with...