Requestly Session Replay, presents a modern approach to capturing, reporting, debugging, and fixing bugs in web applications. It offers a “time-travel debugger” that encompasses user activity, network logs, console logs, and device information.
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Comparing BirdEatsBug vs Requestly Session Replay
Requestly Session Replay is an open-source alternative to BirdEatsBug
You can download the session recordings to your local machine for offline analysis and archival, which is not possible in the Bird.You can also choose what logs you want while downloading, adding more security and privacy to your session recordings.
Customize Your Sessions
Set an offset timer, skip inactive time, and provide descriptions within a recording.
You can also choose what logs you want to share with your teams while saving the recordings. This level of control over the recording is not available on Jam.dev
Modify HTTP Network Traffic
With Requestly, you can intercept and modify HTTP traffic and API Requests & Responses to simulate different scenarios and debug edge cases. The ability to modify network requests is not available on Jam.dev.
Automatic Session Recording
While Jam. dev focuses on manually capturing screenshots of the bug, Requestly goes a step further. With Requestly, you can record user interactions automatically, along with network and console logs, of a specified domain, ensuring that every detail is captured for faster debugging.
Collaboration is at the heart of Requestly. Share recorded sessions with your team individually or create a team workspace where all of your team can collaborate in real-time.
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