How to use the @bugsnag/js.notify function in @bugsnag/js

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github bugsnag / bugsnag-js / examples / typescript / src / app.ts View on Github external
function onError () {
  console.log('calling notify() with an onError callback…')
  // onError can be used to modify a report or prevent it from being sent at all
  // this example pseudo-randomly filters out approximately half of the reports
  Bugsnag.notify(new Error('sometimes will send'), (event) => {
    const n = Math.random()
    if (n <= 0.5) return false
  })
}
github bugsnag / bugsnag-js / examples / typescript / src / app.ts View on Github external
function handledError () {
  console.log('notifying of a handled error…')
  // you can notify Bugsnag of errors you handled or created yourself
  Bugsnag.notify(new Error('scheduling clash'))
}
github bugsnag / bugsnag-js / examples / plain-node / app.js View on Github external
function onError () {
  console.log('calling notify() with a onError callback…')
  // onError can be used to modify a report or prevent it from being sent at all
  // this example pseudo-randomly filters out approximately half of the reports
  Bugsnag.notify(new Error('sometimes will send'), (event) => {
    const n = Math.random()
    if (n <= 0.5) return false
  })
}
github bugsnag / bugsnag-js / examples / angular / src / app / app.component.ts View on Github external
triggerHandledError() {
    this.doAHandledError = true;

    try {
      // potentially buggy code goes here
      var niceCode = "Everything is fine here.";
      throw("Bad thing!");
    } catch (e) {
      // below modifies the handled error, and then sends it to your dashboard.
      Bugsnag.notify(e, event => {
          event.context = 'Don\'t worry - I handled it!'
      });
    }
    // resets the button
    setTimeout(function () {
    this.doAHandledError = false;
    }.bind(this), 1000);
  }
github bugsnag / bugsnag-js / examples / nuxtjs / modules / bugsnag / index.js View on Github external
    errors.forEach(({ error }) => Bugsnag.notify(error, event => event.addMetadata('route', route)))
  })
github exercism / website / app / javascript / components / ErrorBoundary.tsx View on Github external
.catch((e) => {
          Bugsnag.notify(e)

          handler(new HandledError(defaultError.message))
        })
    }
github exercism / website / app / javascript / components / ErrorBoundary.tsx View on Github external
useEffect(() => {
    if (!error) {
      return
    }

    if (error instanceof Error) {
      Bugsnag.notify(error)

      handler(new HandledError(defaultError.message))
    } else if (error instanceof Response) {
      error
        .clone()
        .json()
        .then((res: { error: APIError }) => {
          handler(new HandledError(res.error.message))
        })
        .catch((e) => {
          Bugsnag.notify(e)

          handler(new HandledError(defaultError.message))
        })
    }
  }, [defaultError, error, handler])
github exercism / website / app / javascript / components / ErrorBoundary.tsx View on Github external
const handleError = (error: Error) => {
  if (error.name === 'HandledError') {
    return
  }

  Bugsnag.notify(error)
}

@bugsnag/js

Universal Javascript error reporting. Automatically detect JavaScript errors in the browser and Node.js, with plugins for React, Vue, Angular, Express, Restify and Koa.

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