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By stronglooper
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Submitted: Jun 12 2013 / 12:18

Catching client-side javascript errors on your website and sending them back to yourself is one of the best ways to ensure your website functions properly for all your visitors. On top of that it’s kind of fun; when you have an entire network of end-users actively using your site, you can tap into a lot of power. When an edge case rears its head, it’s a fun expedition. “How did that error get thrown?” We’ll show how we’ve created the client-error feedback loop for StrongLoop and how it’s paid off in spades. Let’s dive in.
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