Custom Error Handling for Angular

Angular 2+ and AngularJS (version 1) are popular open-source JavaScript MVC frameworks that let you build highly structured, testable and maintainable front-end applications. Angular is most commonly used in single-page applications. Stable and reliable single-page applications depend on solid client-side error monitoring tools and techniques. But getting the right exception data and context isn’t always easy. We’re going to dive into how to capture, handle, and debug Angular errors.
Error handling in vanilla JavaScript consists of using try, catch, and finally statements. You can also use these statements in Angular modules. However, Angular has a special logic to handle uncaught exceptions. We’ll show you how to create custom error handlers for Angular that you can override to add your own functionality.