New Relic SuperAgent instrumentation
New Relic's official SuperAgent framework instrumentation for use with the New Relic Node.js agent.
This module is a dependency of the agent and is installed by default when you install the agent.
Installation and Getting Started
Typically, most users use the version auto-installed by the agent. You can see agent install instructions here.
In some cases, installing a specific version is ideal. For example, new features or major changes might be released via a major version update to this module, prior to inclusion in the main New Relic Node.js agent.
npm install @newrelic/superagent
// index.js require('@newrelic/superagent')
For more information, please see the agent installation guide and compatibility and requirements.
Our API and developer documentation for writing instrumentation will be of help. We particularly recommend the tutorials and various "shim" API documentation.
The module includes a suite of unit and functional tests which should be used to verify that your changes don't break existing functionality.
All tests are stored in
tests/ and are written using
Node-Tap with the extension
To run the full suite, run:
Individual test scripts include:
npm run unit npm run versioned
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We define “Personal Data” as any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual, including, for example, your name, phone number, post code or zip code, Device ID, IP address and email address.
For more information, review New Relic’s General Data Privacy Notice.
We encourage your contributions to improve the superagent instrumentation module! Keep in mind when you submit your pull request, you'll need to sign the CLA via the click-through using CLA-Assistant. You only have to sign the CLA one time per project.
If you have any questions, or to execute our corporate CLA, required if your contribution is on behalf of a company, please drop us an email at email@example.com.
A note about vulnerabilities
As noted in our security policy, New Relic is committed to the privacy and security of our customers and their data. We believe that providing coordinated disclosure by security researchers and engaging with the security community are important means to achieve our security goals.
If you believe you have found a security vulnerability in this project or any of New Relic's products or websites, we welcome and greatly appreciate you reporting it to New Relic through HackerOne.
If you would like to contribute to this project, review these guidelines.
To all contributors, we thank you! Without your contribution, this project would not be what it is today. We also host a community project page dedicated to New Relic SuperAgent (Node).
New Relic SuperAgent instrumentation is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.
New Relic SuperAgent instrumentation also uses source code from third-party libraries. You can find full details on which libraries are used and the terms under which they are licensed in the third-party notices document.