The Browser and OS Impact sections live side-by-side on the Developer tab, and break down an error’s impact by browser and operating system. By identifying the conditions under which the error occurs, Noibu provides developers with a starting point for replication. Often, an issue’s resolution hinges on this beneficial data, so we’ve added two new sections to expand upon this information: Browser Version Impact and OS Version Impact.
These new sections go a step beyond the Browser and OS Impact sections to identify specific browser or system versions that are affected by an error, which aids in replication and resolution. While it’s useful to know that 67% of error occurrences happen on Google Chrome, it’s even more useful to know that 43% of occurrences happen on a specific version of Chrome. With this information at your disposal, you can set up an emulator to match the conditions in which the error is most commonly observed, and this takes some of the guesswork out of the replication process.
Please note that Noibu will not track versions retroactively, so it may take a few weeks for the script to gather sufficient data to report on browser and OS versions with specificity.