What are the best practices for handling vuex errors?


by domenico , in category: Javascript , 24 days ago

What are the best practices for handling vuex errors?

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by lindsey.homenick , 23 days ago


  1. Use try-catch blocks: Wrap your Vuex actions or mutations in try-catch blocks to catch any errors that occur during their execution.
  2. Use error handlers: Define custom error handlers in your Vuex store to handle different types of errors, such as network errors, server errors, validation errors, etc.
  3. Display error messages: Show error messages to the user when an error occurs, either as a toast notification, a modal dialog, or in the UI itself.
  4. Log errors: Use a logging library like LogRocket or Sentry to log errors that occur in your Vuex store for debugging and monitoring purposes.
  5. Retry failed requests: Implement logic in your Vuex store to automatically retry failed network requests a certain number of times before giving up.
  6. Unit test error handling: Write unit tests for your Vuex actions and mutations that check how they handle errors in different scenarios.
  7. Handle errors globally: Implement a global error handler in your Vue app that catches any unhandled errors and logs or displays them to the user.
  8. Provide feedback to the user: Let users know when an error occurs and what they should do next, whether it's refreshing the page, contacting support, or retrying the action.