LogDNA launched a new browser logging capability, which makes it easier for full-stack and frontend developers to ingest frontend log data in LogDNA to more efficiently debug web applications. The code running on end-user devices has become increasingly complex, elevating the need for frontend logging capabilities. Although there are a multitude of observability tools and services for logging backend and server-based applications, there is a notable gap in visibility for client-side applications. LogDNA's new Browser Logger addresses this need by automatically capturing errors and logs occurring in the user's browser and allowing dev teams to centralize those errors alongside server-side logs. Full-stack and frontend developers gain valuable log data from the browser that can be used to effectively debug client-side errors. David Marshall covers the feature in this article.