Debugging Source Maps

You've got bugs, but they're hiding inside your minified JavaScript. Source maps are the key to finding them. Unfortunately, they can be difficult to set up. Luckily, you're a flippin' Honeybadger. We've got your back with the documentation and tools you need swat those bugs.

Track Vue.js Errors with Honeybadger

Good news, 'badgers! We just shipped an official Vue.js integration for Honeybadger. When your Vue apps are on fire, Honeybadger alerts you of exceptions in real-time, helping to identify the root cause so that you can fix them—fast.

New Features: Source Map Upload and More

Honeybadger now supports uploaded source maps via a new API. We've also added a UI to view source maps for each project, released a new version of honeybadger.js, and improved error grouping for JavaScript projects.

Building Documentation with Gulp, Docco and LiveReload

In this post I discuss how to "modernize" a Docco workflow by adding a development server with live-reload.

JQuery-Free Rails and Legacy Browsers

Rails 5.1 will no longer depend on JQuery. I ran the UJS test suite on several versions of IE to see how nicely the new system plays with legacy browsers.

How to Track Errors in Your Chrome Extension

Building a Chrome extension? Here’s a way to track and report errors using Honeybadger. In this post, Sam Smith of Sigstr shares how he set up Honeybadger to track errors, using CommonJS examples in our document library.

Ditching your single page app for...turbolinks?

You tried turbolinks, once, and soon your app began to fail in strange and wonderful ways. But some people make it work. What's their secret? The answer is so simple, it just might amaze you.

Getting Started with AngularJS and Rails 4

Getting started with AngularJS isn't hard. The documentation is some of the best out there and it's tutorials are simple enough.

But things get tricky when you start combining technologies.

If you're using CoffeeScript instead of straight JavaScript...