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OpenTelemetry Docs

OpenTelemetry Docs

JavaScript: Getting Started with OpenTelemetry

This Quick Start shows you how to use [OpenTelemetry](https://opentelemetry.io) in your browser

OpenTelemetry Docs

Node.js: Get Started with OpenTelemetry

Use OpenTelemtry to instrument your Node.js service, propagate span context over the wire, then view the resulting data.

Product Docs

Product Docs

JavaScript Add Spans

Manually add spans to your JavaScript service.

Product Docs

JavaScript Instrumentation Using OpenTracing

Use JavaScript to instrument your app for distributed tracing using OpenTracing.

Product Docs

JavaScript Manual Instrumentation with OpenTracing

Configure your tracer to communicate with the Lightstep Satellites and create a single span on your JavaScript service. You install both the OpenTracing API and Lightstep tracer and then use the OpenTracing and Lightstep APIs to instrument your code.

Product Docs

JavaScript/Node Quick Start

If your app is written in Node.js, you can get started quickly with Lightstep. Download the Auto-Installer, then configure it to communicate with your Lightstep Satellites. When you deploy your app, all supported libraries will begin sending trace data to Lightstep.

Product Docs

Node.js Auto-Instrumentation

If your app is written in Node.js, you can get started quickly with Lightstep. Download the Auto-Installer, then configure it to communicate with your Lightstep Satellites. When you deploy your app, all supported libraries will begin sending trace data to Lightstep.

Product Docs

Node.js Auto-Instrumentation

If your app is written in Node.js, you can get started quickly with Lightstep. Download the Auto-Installer, then configure it to communicate with your Lightstep Satellites. When you deploy your app, all supported libraries will begin sending trace data to Lightstep.