With npm or yarn

Add the @appsignal/angular and @appsignal/javascript packages to your package.json. Then, run yarn install/npm install.

You can also add these packages to your package.json on the command line:

yarn add @appsignal/javascript @appsignal/angular npm install --save @appsignal/javascript @appsignal/angular

With JSPM.io import maps

Using the JSPM.io import map generator, you can generate an import map for your application's dependencies.

Add @appsignal/javascript and @appsignal/angular to the dependencies list, then add the generated import map and ES module shims to your application's code.

With rails-importmap

Use the following command to add these packages to your Rails application's import maps:

./bin/importmap pin @appsignal/javascript @appsignal/angular



The default Angular integration is a class that extends the ErrorHandler class provided by @angular/core. In a new app created using @angular/cli, your app.module.ts file might include something like this:

import { ErrorHandler, NgModule } from "@angular/core"; import { appsignal } from "./appsignal"; import { createErrorHandlerFactory } from "@appsignal/angular"; @NgModule({ // other properties providers: [ { provide: ErrorHandler, useFactory: createErrorHandlerFactory(appsignal), }, ], // other properties }) export class AppModule {}