Tech Tutorial: Learn to Program with JavaScript – Episode 47: Custom Errors

There are times, especially when we are writing code to be consumed by other developers in their code, that we need to provide our own custom errors and we need to throw those errors so that the consuming code can handle them properly. JavaScript provides us the ability to create custom errors of our own design.

In this video, we learn how to create and throw our own custom errors.


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Tim Clark

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