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Honeybadger's Rollup Source Map Plugin

Rollup plugin to upload JavaScript sourcemaps and optionally send deployment notifications to Honeybadger.

Supports rollup version 3. If you use rollup version 2, you can either upgrade or send your sourcemaps to Honeybadger's API directly.


# npm
npm install @honeybadger-io/rollup-plugin --save-dev

# yarn
yarn add @honeybadger-io/rollup-plugin --dev


Plugin parameters

These plugin parameters correspond to the Honeybadger Source Map Upload API and Deployments API.

apiKey (required)
The API key of your Honeybadger project
assetsUrl (required)
The base URL to production assets (scheme://host/path)*wildcards are supported. The plugin combines assetsUrl with the generated minified js file name to build the API parameter minified_url
endpoint (optional — default: "https://api.honeybadger.io/v1/source_maps")
Where to upload your sourcemaps to. Perhaps you have a self hosted sourcemap server you would like to upload your sourcemaps to instead of Honeybadger.
revision (optional — default: "main")
The deploy revision (i.e. commit hash) that your source map applies to. This could also be a code version. For best results, set it to something unique every time your code changes. See the Honeybadger docs for examples.
silent (optional — default: false)
If true, silence logging emitted by the plugin.
retries (optional — default: 3, max: 10)
This package implements fetch retry functionality via the fetch-retry package. Retrying helps fix issues like `ECONNRESET` and `SOCKETTIMEOUT` errors.
ignorePaths (optional — default: [])
An array of paths (glob patterns) to ignore when uploading sourcemaps. Uses picomatch to match against paths.
deployEndpoint (optional — default: "https://api.honeybadger.io/v1/deploys")
Where to send deployment notifications.
deploy (optional — default: false)
Configuration for deployment notifications. To disable deployment notifications, ignore this option. To enable deployment notifications, set this to true, or to an object containing any of the fields below. Your deploy's revision will be set to the same value as for your sourcemaps (see above).
The environment name, for example, "production"
The base URL of the VCS repository (HTTPS-style), for example, "https://github.com/yourusername/yourrepo"
The name of the user that triggered this deploy, for example, "Jane"


Set output.sourcemap to true or 'hidden'. Add the honeybadger plugin to the plugins array.

import honeybadgerRollupPlugin from '@honeybadger-io/rollup-plugin'

// See plugin params above
const hbPluginOptions = {
  apiKey: 'your_key_here', 
  assetsUrl: 'https://yoursite.foo'

export default {
  input: 'src/index.js', 
  output: { 
    dir: 'dist', 
    sourcemap: true // Must be true or 'hidden'
  plugins: [ honeybadgerRollupPlugin(hbPluginOptions) ],

Using Vite: vite.config.js

If you're using Vite, you'll set up vite.config.js instead of rollup.config.js.

Set build.sourcemap to true or 'hidden'. Add the honeybadger plugin to rollupOptions.plugins.

Note: Be careful not to add it to the top-level vite plugins without additional config, or it will upload sourcemaps on serve rather than just on build.

import honeybadgerRollupPlugin from '@honeybadger-io/rollup-plugin'
import { defineConfig } from 'vite'

// See plugin params above
const hbPluginOptions = {
  apiKey: 'your_key_here', 
  assetsUrl: 'https://yoursite.foo'

export default defineConfig({
  plugins: [], // Not here
  build: {
    sourcemap: true, // Must be true or 'hidden'
    rollupOptions: {
      plugins: [ honeybadgerRollupPlugin(hbPluginOptions) ]


  1. Run npm install
  2. Run the tests with npm test
  3. Build with npm run build

See the /examples folder for projects to test against.


This package is MIT licensed. See the MIT-LICENSE file in this folder for details.


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