It's also supported to add custom instrumentation to your application and get even more insights into the performance of your code.
- Custom instrumentation
- Command line tools
- Ruby implementation support
In the configuration topic we'll explain how to configure AppSignal, what can be configured in the Ruby gem, what's the minimal configuration needed and how the configuration is loaded.
See our configuration page for the configuration documentation of the AppSignal gem.
The AppSignal Ruby gem integrates with many frameworks like Rails, Sinatra, Padrino, Grape, and more.
See our integrations page for the full list and implementation details.
Add custom instrumentation to your application or make your own integrations with AppSignal, see the instrumentation topic for more details.
The AppSignal Ruby gem ships with several command line tools. These tools make it easier to install AppSignal in an application, send deploy notifications and diagnose any problems with the installation.
See our command line tools page for a full list of all the available commands.
We currently support Ruby
1.9.3+ for the latest gem version
1.x. To use
this version add to your
❗️ jRuby support is available in an alpha release of the AppSignal Ruby gem in version
jRuby support was not available between version
2.4.x of the AppSignal Ruby gem. We've recently started an alpha trial in version
2.5.0.alpha.1 of the AppSignal Ruby gem. Install it by adding the following to your
Gemfile and running
bundle update appsignal.
gem "appsignal", "2.5.0.alpha.1"
If you want to keep using the latest non-alpha supported release of our gem with jRuby support, please use version