node-honeybadger is a node.js module for sending errors and related metadata to
It is small, lightweight, and uses the
stack-trace module to give honeybadger
the stack trace format it expects, allowing node.js stack traces to show up
properly in the honeybadger UI.
Usage is simple:
var Badger = ;var hb =apiKey: 'your api key goes here'server: hostname: 'steve' otherMetadata: 'goes here'// Any object with info, warn, and error methods can be used as the logger.// If nothing is provided, nothing will be logged.logger: console;var err = 'FLAGRANT ERROR!';errname = 'FlagrantError'// The second argument is error tracking metadata, like user/session idhb;
cgi_data metadata field is important - this is what populates the
"Environment" section of the Honeybadger error UI. It usually contains HTTP
headers and other server info, in the Ruby frameworks that Honeybadger mainly
supports - since there is no sensible default in node for this, populating this
field effectively is left as an exercise to the user.
node-honeybadger can also emit the following events:
sent: This is emitted when honeybadger.io returns a 201 successfully. The response body, containing metadata about the submitted error, is emitted as data.
error: Emitted in the case of local node errors while trying to connect to honeybadger.io. Will not be emitted unless a listener is present.
remoteError: Emitted when a non-201 status code is returned by honeybadger.io. Emits the response body, if one is present.
Prior to version 0.4.0,
node-honeybadger was a Writable Stream. This
interface has been removed, since it was only wishful thinking in the first
place, and did not make a lot of sense in practice.