Error reporting is enormously powerful. Knowing when your customers are seeing errors is the first step to improving the quality of your application.
In my previous post, I mentioned capturing client-side script exceptions while discussing a dreaded hot fix that had to be made. You may have been wondering exactly what I was talking about and if it might be useful for your applications?
Please note that the user nevers sees the exception message so it is silently reporting the errors without disrupting the user experience.
Long live reporting *ALL* your
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