This extension helps you to work with Bugout.dev knowledgebase without ever leaving VSCode.
How many users have experienced an error?
You can use the Bugout VSCode extension to see how many users have experienced a given error or exception in your code base.
Hover over the error to get additional information about it.
Follow by link
You can also search the crash report journal to get specific exceptions.
Edit entries in your personal knowledgebase
Choose journal you want to add entry, create or modify existing record.
Your personal knowledgebase
In order to use this extension, you will have to create an account on Bugout.dev.
Once you have verified your email address, click on your username in the top left and go to your
Click on the
Copy that access token and go to your VSCode command palette
Then Reload VSCode
Your crash reports journal
To view crash report information in VSCode, you will need to:
First, create a team and click on the
Once the integration is set up, copy the
Copy that journal id and go to your VSCode command palette
Changing Bugout settings requires restart of VSCode application
You can find detailed instructions for setting up Bugout in VSCode, as well as in Slack, GitHub, and your terminal in our documentation repository.
Good luck and happy hacking!