In all previous alerts, if sentry caught an uncaught exception from my deployed angular app when it referenced the part of the code that raised it, it would reference the bundled file (i.e. ‘/main.547d386212816590dbbd0.bundle.js’).
I just received an alert from my app deployed with firebase that references my local file structure (i.e. ‘TypeErrorUsers/[…]/Documents/Projects/[…]/src/app/components/…’).
How would this even be possible if I’m not hosting the app on my local machine? Is this an indication that I deployed an unbundled version of my application?
I haven’t implemented source maps with sentry either so I don’t know how it would be able to reference the unbundled code.