Honeybadger makes it easy to manage application errors in GitLab—automatically create issues, sync open/closed state, and more.
Whenever your app reports an error to Honeybadger for the first time, a new issue is automatically created in your project.
When you mark an error as resolved in Honeybadger, the corresponding issue is automatically closed. If the error happens again, the issue is reopened for you.
If you don't want to automatically create issues for new errors, you can manually create them from the Honeybadger UI instead. Either way, you'll see a link to the GitLab issue from Honeybadger, and from the GitLab issue back to Honeybadger.
Honeybadger backtraces link directly to the code in your GitLab project to speed up troubleshooting.
Within seconds of a user getting an error in your application, you can find out where the error happened and then head to GitLab to make the fix in the Web IDE. Each backtrace line includes a link to the matching file and line in the GitLab UI.
Whether you are hosted at GitLab.com or on your own servers, our GitLab integration works the same. You'll get the same enhanced error resolution workflow in the cloud or on premise.