Raygun integration for angular 2

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import raygunAngular2 from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/raygun-angular2';


Raygun for Angular 2

A pre-packaged Angular 2 addon that attempts to take the hard work out of logging errors with Raygun. Still very much in beta but logs plenty of information already.


From within an Angular2 project

  • npm install raygun-angular2 --save
  • typings install npm:raygun-angular2 --save

If you are using a similar setup to the Angular2 Quickstart (i.e., using SystemJS) add the following to your System.config:

        packages: {
          'raygun-angular2': {
              main: 'index.js',
              defaultExtension: 'js'
          'stack-trace': {
              main: 'stack-trace.js',
              defaultExtension: 'js'
        paths: {
            'raygun-angular2': 'node_modules/raygun-angular2/',
            'stack-trace': 'node_modules/stack-trace/lib/'


raygun-angular2 has a dependency on @angular/http so ensure that the bundle is loaded and the provider is bootstrapped in to your application

import {bootstrap} from '@angular/platform-browser';
import {provide, ExceptionHandler} from '@angular/core';
import {HTTP_PROVIDERS} from '@angular/http';
import {RaygunExceptionHandler} from 'raygun-angular2';
import {AppComponent} from './appComponent';
import {ROUTER_PROVIDERS} from '@angular/router';

RaygunExceptionHandler.apiKey = 'Enter API Key here';

bootstrap(AppComponent, [
  provide(ExceptionHandler, {useClass: RaygunExceptionHandler})

Development Environments

To prevent errors being reported to Raygun during development use setDevelopmentHostnames to blacklist your local hostnames.


Still To Do

  • Provide public method to set user
  • Fill in gaps in collected information
  • Use X-ApiKey headers rather than a query string, however Raygun currently does not correctly respond to the pre-flight request generated by Angular2.


Pull requests are always welcome. Please make sure that your work is tested, follows the established code convention and passes the AppVeyor build.