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    Build on our REST API

    Everything we do with Loggr is through our REST API, which is great for you because we make that same API available to you. Add event graphs to your app, pull events into your own back office or many other useful integration tasks.

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    Webforms to integrate with your back-office

    You can specify your own web forms to load when you click to see details for an event. Maybe you want to display a "New Ticket" form for submitting error events into your issue tracker, or have a reply box for contact request events. All the details of that event are available to the web form. The possibilities are endless.

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    Webhooks enable event-triggered workflows*

    Loggr has event notifications built-in, but you can also tell Loggr to call your own web-accessible routines when special events occur. We like to make stuff happen in our office when a sale is made. *Coming soon*

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    Mashup your events with 3rd-party apps

    There are a lot of great websites out there for visualizing streams of events. Show a dashboard of recent events over at Geckoboard, or mashup your event stream using Yahoo! Query Language so it can be leveraged by many cool web apps.