Webpack plugin to upload source maps to Honeybadger's API - http://docs.honeybadger.io/guides/source-maps.html


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Honeybadger's Webpack Source Map Plugin

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Webpack plugin to upload JavaScript sourcemaps to Honeybadger. You can also send deployment notifications.

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npm install @honeybadger-io/webpack --save-dev


Plugin parameters

These plugin parameters correspond to the Honeybadger Source Map Upload API and Deployments API.

apiKey (required)
The API key of your Honeybadger project
assetsUrl (required)
The base URL to production assets (scheme://host/path)*wildcards are supported. The plugin combines assetsUrl with the generated minified js file name to build the API parameter minified_url
endpoint (optional — default: "https://api.honeybadger.io/v1/source_maps")
Where to upload your sourcemaps to. Perhaps you have a self hosted sourcemap server you would like to upload your sourcemaps to instead of honeybadger.
revision (optional — default: "master")
The deploy revision (i.e. commit hash) that your source map applies to. This could also be a code version. For best results, set it to something unique every time your code changes. See the Honeybadger docs for examples.
silent (optional — default: "null/false")
If true, silence log information emitted by the plugin.
ignoreErrors (optional — default: false)
If true, webpack compilation errors are treated as warnings.
retries (optional — default: 3, max: 10)
This package implements fetch retry functionality via https://github.com/vercel/fetch-retry
Retrying helps fix issues like `ECONNRESET` and `SOCKETTIMEOUT` errors and retries on 429 and 500 errors as well.
workerCount (optional — default: 5, min: 1)
Sourcemaps are uploaded in parallel by a configurable number of workers. Increase or decrease this value to configure how many sourcemaps are being uploaded in parallel.
Limited parallelism helps with connection issues in Docker environments.
deploy (optional — default: false)
Configuration for deployment notifications. To disable deployment notifications, ignore this option. To enable deployment notifications, set this to true, or to an object containing any of these fields (see the API reference):
The environment name, for example, "production"
The base URL of the VCS repository (HTTPS-style), for example, "https://github.com/yourusername/yourrepo"
The name of the user that triggered this deploy, for example, "Jane"

Vanilla webpack.config.js

const HoneybadgerSourceMapPlugin = require('@honeybadger-io/webpack')
const ASSETS_URL = 'https://cdn.example.com/assets';
const webpackConfig = {
  plugins: [new HoneybadgerSourceMapPlugin({
    apiKey: 'abc123',
    assetsUrl: ASSETS_URL,
    revision: 'master',
    // You can also enable deployment notifications:
    deploy: {
       environment: process.env.NODE_ENV,
       repository: "https://github.com/yourusername/yourrepo"

Rails Webpacker config/webpack/environment.js

const { environment } = require('@rails/webpacker')
const HoneybadgerSourceMapPlugin = require('@honeybadger-io/webpack')

// See Heroku notes in README https://github.com/honeybadger-io/honeybadger-rails-webpacker-example
// Assumes Heroku / 12-factor application style ENV variables
const revision = process.env.GIT_COMMIT || 'master'

  new HoneybadgerSourceMapPlugin({
    apiKey: process.env.HONEYBADGER_API_KEY,
    assetsUrl: process.env.ASSETS_URL,
    silent: false,
    ignoreErrors: false,
    revision: revision

module.exports = environment

See example Rails 5 application https://github.com/honeybadger-io/honeybadger-rails-webpacker-example


See https://github.com/honeybadger-io/honeybadger-webpack/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md


  1. Fork it.
  2. Create a topic branch git checkout -b my_branch
  3. Commit your changes git commit -am "Boom"
  4. Push to your branch git push origin my_branch
  5. Send a pull request


  1. Run npm install
  2. Run the tests with npm test
  3. Build/test on save with npm run build:watch and npm run test:watch


  1. With a clean working tree, use npm version [new version] to bump the version, commit the changes, tag the release, and push to GitHub. See npm help version for documentation.
  2. To publish the release, use npm publish. See npm help publish for documentation.


The Honeybadger's Webpack Source Map Plugin is MIT licensed. See the MIT-LICENSE file in this repository for details.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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