@appsignal/ember

Installation

Add the @appsignal/ember 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/ember
npm install --save @appsignal/javascript @appsignal/ember

Starting with Ember 4, projects created with ember new include ember-auto-import out of the box. If your project does not, you will need to add some kind of method for loading npm packages into your application. We recommend using ember-auto-import, which you can install using ember-cli:

ember install ember-auto-import

A number of other methods and custom configurations are available for importing this library in a way that suits your app.

Usage

Ember.onerror/Ember.RSVP.on("error")

The default Ember integration is a function that binds to the Ember.onerror and Ember.RSVP.on("error") handlers. In a new app created using ember-cli, your app.js file might include something like this:

import Appsignal from "@appsignal/javascript";
import Ember from "ember";
import { installErrorHandler } from "@appsignal/ember";
 
const appsignal = new Appsignal({
  key: "YOUR FRONTEND API KEY",
});
 
installErrorHandler(appsignal, Ember);

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