This post was originally posted in my blog PHP Symfony Tips & Tricks
By using Monolog in Symfony applications, we can log to files, send emails, log to console and many other channels. In this article, I will show the step by step on how to integrate
Monolog with Slack.
The good thing is integration is just a matter of some configuration in config without writing any line of code. So it could be easily integrated into any project.
1) Create a slack channel.
2) Go to https://api.slack.com/web scroll down to Authentication and create authentication token.
3) In your symfony app, go to
config_prod.yml and add the following config in
slack: type: slack token: slack api token channel: channel name [bot_name]: defaults to Monolog [icon_emoji]: defaults to null [use_attachment]: bool, defaults to true [use_short_attachment]: bool, defaults to false [include_extra]: bool, defaults to false [level]: level name or int value, defaults to DEBUG [bubble]: bool, defaults to true
Full configuration example:
monolog: handlers: main: type: fingers_crossed action_level: error handler: nested nested: type: stream path: "%kernel.logs_dir%/%kernel.environment%.log" level: debug console: type: console slack: type: slack token: xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx-xxxxxx channel: "#name-of-channel" bot_name: ChooseName icon_emoji: :ghost: level: critical
icon_emoji you can use any emoji from Slack. Checkout the full list on this page:
Further reading about Monolog, how does it work .. checkout the following links: