Introducing Stackifier: Make Sense of Your Stack Trace (Java/Scala)

 ● 31st May 2013

1 min read

Stackifier was created to help developers ‘clean up’ their stack traces. It’s a web service where you can paste your Java/Scala stack trace and:

  • Filter out all calls coming from 3rd party libraries such as Apache or Spring. All 3rd party calls are grouped and grayed out.
  • Hide packages you wish to ignore.
  • Highlight the location of the exception.
  • Ah, and it looks better — simplified and clean.

Visit : http://www.stackifier.com

Stackifier Java

Filter out calls from 3rd party libraries

 

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Remove other libraries/ packages

Scala users:
All Scala default packages are grouped and grayed out so you can focus on your code alone.
We ‘clean up’ your functions, variable and lambda names. No $anonfun$s.
http://www.stackifier.com/scala.html

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‘Cleaning up’ Scala stack trace

Stackifier is an open and free utility. No need to register, start off by simply pasting your stack trace.
Let us know what you think!

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