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Michael

Oh right forgot about that side. So if there a SPA setup and have a folder of assets served, your console logs would disappear.

We use Datadog and previously New Relic. They let you add a JS snippet on your frontend to send your error messages and RUM (real user monitoring) to find out which pages and devices have slowest performance or most errors. And then you consume logs as dashboards in those systems.

Netlify has added an analytics plugin to their paid tier which does analysis on the server side even if JS is not loaded on the frontend. Don't know how it handles SPA but might be nice for static site. As it doesnt add Google Analytics overhead to your frontend.