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In LogHive, you can capture your error messages and events separately per application. Each event is assigned to a project and a group. The project, group, and event names are always unique within the respective project and group.
To write your first events, you need to create a project in the LogHive app. If you haven't created a project yet, you will be automatically redirected to create one.
The project name is subject to certain rules:
- A minimum length of three characters is required
- A maximum length of 20 characters is allowed
- Only this characters are allowed: 0-9 a-z A-Z
- No special characters are allowed
You can create new projects via the plus button on the home screen.
To better differentiate the individual events, you need to assign them to a group. If you pass a new group name in the API call, a group will be automatically created in the background in the respective project.
You can create new groups under the respective project in the Groups tab using the plus button.
The same naming rules that apply to project names also apply to groups.
To restrict API access, your account is protected with a personal API key. You can find your API key in your user profile in the LogHive app. You must include the API key in the header of your POST message to authorize the entry.
Using your API key, you have the ability to create events under your projects. Use it wisely in frontend applications where the code can be read.