I am sending an error response to my jQuery. However, I can not get the response text (in the example below this would be Gone to the beach)  The only thing jQuery says is 'error'.  See this example for details:  php  <?     header('...
I want to throw some things in my JS code and I want them to be instanceof Error, but I also want to have them be something else.  In Python, typically, one would subclass Exception.    What's the appropriate thing to do in JS?...
My server threw this today, which is a Node.js error I've never seen before:  Error: getaddrinfo EAI_AGAIN my-store.myshopify.com:443     at Object.exports._errnoException (util.js:870:11)     at errnoException (dns.js:32:15)     at GetAddrInfo...
Using the native (ES6) Promise. Should I reject with an Error:  Promise.reject(new Error('Something went wrong'));   Or should I just reject with a string:  Promise.reject('Something went wrong');   And what is the difference in bro...
I wondered if anyone had experience in handling JavaScript errors globally and send them from the client browser to a server.   I think my point is quite clear, I want to know every exception, error, compilation error, etc. that happens on the clie...
As a node programmer. I'm used to use "nodebacks" for handling errors in my code:  myFn(param, function(err, data) {     if (err){         //error handling logic      }      else {         // business logic     } });   When writing that...
I have an <iframe> that other sites can include so their users can POST a form back to my site. I'd like to handle gracefully the cases where my site is down or my server can't serve the <iframe> contents (that is, a response time...
I'm writing a module that takes article data from json and shows a large image over the article text, a hero module as they say.  I've got the data and have set it up so if there is an image, it will show that image and if there is no image i...
I'm working on an async script loader using bluebird and I'm struggling to pass an error up to where I can catch it.  When a file is loaded I'm calling my method named declare like this:    declare("storage", [     {"name"...
I have an angular service for handling modals:  angular.module('myApp').service('ModalService', function($uibModal) {   function open(options) {     return $uibModal.open(options);   } });   Now I upgraded to angular 1.6 and got this...

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