A Quick Guide on Best Practices for JavaScript Error Monitoringby@bugsnag
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A Quick Guide on Best Practices for JavaScript Error Monitoring

August 8th 2022
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Bugsnag offers seven best practices for monitoring errors in JavaScript applications. This guide comes to you from our Solutions Engineer Rosty Sokolov. He works closely with customers who range from SMBs to large enterprise engineering organizations. He’s picked up several tips for optimizing your error monitoring for JS apps. These tips include setting up allowed domains, stripping out exceptions from browser extensions, using source maps and stripping out older versions of browser extensions. Use source maps to map your code so it is easily recognizable and easy to identify errors.

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