With npm or yarn

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

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

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

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/vue to the dependencies list in the generator, 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/vue



The default Vue integration is a function that binds to Vue's global errorHandler hook.

Vue v2

In a new Vue v2 app created using @vue/cli, your main.js/.ts file would look something like this:

import Vue from "vue"; import App from "./App.vue"; import router from "./router"; import store from "./store"; import { appsignal } from "./appsignal"; import { errorHandler } from "@appsignal/vue"; Vue.config.errorHandler = errorHandler(appsignal, Vue); new Vue({ router, store, render: (h) => h(App), }).$mount("#app");

Vue v3

Version 3 of Vue includes a change to the way you'd use our Vue integration. Instead of attaching it to the global Vue object, you would use it like this instead:

import { createApp } from "vue"; import App from "./App.vue"; import { appsignal } from "./appsignal"; import { errorHandler } from "@appsignal/vue"; const app = createApp(App); app.config.errorHandler = errorHandler(appsignal, app); app.mount("#app");