ngHelperAirbrake: Airbrake for AngularJS

Airbrake is a well known exception tracker which is used from thousands of users. A cool thing is that the Airbrake team also supports browser based javascript exception. Integrating these kind of javascript code gives AngularJS developers sometime a headache. The newest member of the ngHelper collection, the ngHelperAirbrake component makes it super simple and easy to integrate Airbrake in an existing AngularJS application.

It’s a bower component and works well with scaffolding tools like Yeoman. Installing the component is possible with the following command line:

bower install ng-helper-airbrake –save

After that the component is registered in the bower.json of the project. Moving up the dependency entry to the position right after the inclusion of angular ensures that the Airbrake-Shim is loaded as early as possible when doing a full page reload.

“dependencies”: {
“angular”: “~1.3.8”,
“ng-helper-airbrake”: “~0.1.0”,

ngHelperAirbrake offers the $airbrake angular service which allows to configure the different Airbrake settings. The documentation at our project page describes how to set the right configuration: https://github.com/ngHelper/ngHelperAirbrake

After configuring the project everything works as expected and Airbrake receives exception from the AngularJS application.

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