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The Hidden Meaning of Shipbook:
Shipbook pays homage
to the etymology of the term “log”.
Long ago captains used something called a chip log as a nautical speedometer. They would shave a chip off a wooden log and attach it to a long measuring line (log-line) which was knotted at uniform intervals.The relative speed was calculated by placing the chip log into the water and then slowly releasing the rope while measuring the time. The knots enabled a quick measurement of the length of rope that was released into the water, i.e. the distance the ship had moved during that time. The knot amount per hour was written in a Logbook. This information could be drawn on a map to follow the ship’s progress to its destination.
We love a name that pays tribute to the innovations that changed the course of history. Much like ancient logbooks, Shipbook was created to give developers a faster and better way to navigate their app’s remote logs…
Ready? Set Sail & Let Shipbook
Guide You Through the Sea of Logs!
(CEO & Founder)
Elisha dreams in code. He now uses his wealth of knowledge and programming experience to build tools like Shipbook so coders can sleep easy at night.
He is also prone to seasickness
(Chief Design Officer)
Avishag knows that a tool is only as good as its design.
She harmoniously transforms code into intuitive experiences and takes great pleasure from the results. It’s called a design high.
If you’re reading this then Jakob is doing his job. Jakob is all about companies realizing their online potential because without proper marketing, you don’t exist. Do you know why Jakob doesn’t believe in ghosts? Terrible marketing.
Shipbook’s Timeline to Success
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Shipbook is celebrating its 3rd birthday.
The share icon opens a slew of tools that will allow you to easily share data in a number of ways. You have the option to share the page link, directly through email, copy the page link, download the page data, Slack, or Jira.
Logbook & Loglytics 3rd Party Integration with Slack and Jira - New Feature
We talked with customers and got positive feedback that helped us make a product that people love. Find and fix the issues in your app before your clients even notice!
We have launched the Loglitycs
LOGLYTICS (patent pending) - is proactively search for and locate, a list of recurring issues, before the client necessarily even experiences them. These issues are cataloged in accordance with their frequency so that the significant ones will be listed at the top, allowing you to focus on resolving them without wasting time on locating where and how often they occur.
Loglitycs (Beta) - New Feature
Officially passed one billion monthly logs!
You won’t know until you’ve tried it!
Redesign the UI from scratch to improve our user interface, which is now even cleaner and more intuitive.
We have launched a new version
Enhancing the sites search engine to the advanced ProSelect search tool.
You won’t know until you’ve tried it!
We rolled out the first three features to our volunteer testers and we were surprised to hear their thoughts. One tester remarked, “Surely there is a platform like this in the market! It’s not possible that it doesn’t already exist!” It’s crazy but true. That’s why we are so excited about Shipbook.
Our platform addresses the daily needs of the mobile developer to the point that you’ll wonder how you managed without it.
How does this not already exist?
For us folk in the Northern Hemisphere, today is the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. Well, technically all days have the same duration - but this day had the longest period of sunlight. This presented us with the irresistible opportunity to work from sunrise to sunset to deliver Shipbook beta to you! Now, where's that cocktail I was promised?
Shipbook beta is launched! But why Today?
Once I had built the alpha version of Shipbook, I quickly realized how much valuable data and insight could be gleaned from my logs. The feedback from our first group of alpha testers was unanimous: They finally had full control of their logs and it immediately became one of their most important tools for mobile development.
Our Maiden Voyage
I woke up one morning and immediately told my wife, “I’m quitting my job”. I worked as a VP R&D at an app development company and I had been searching for a tool to help us collect and analyze our user logs. When I realized the right tool didn’t exist, I decided to set out and build it myself. Thus Shipbook was born.
Our Journey begins