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Issue is about the way 404/500 errors are treated in html/json pipelines. — You are receiving this because you were mentioned.

This is a rough draft of course, but if you like where this is going I'd be happy to polish it up and implement it.

I'm the author of the original better_errors error page, which I believe Phoenix's is based off of :) This has been my biggest pet peeve and you solved it perfectly! Here is the source: here is the template: would merge this PR in a heartbeat. Your work on better_errors is something I include in every talk I give about having "pretty errors", and this would take it over the top :) We'd love to have this in place if you're up for it.

Each response includes a unique Oracle-assigned request ID (for example, bb3f3275-f356-462a-93c4-bf40fb82bb02) in the response header.

Lesson 1 Installing Elixir, setting up a coding environment, and starting a Phoenix project.

Notice that the JSON is not wrapped or labeled according to the operation's name or the object's name or type.

If a request results in an error, the response contains a standard HTTP response code with 4xx for client errors and 5xx for server errors.

I absolutely love the links to search and docs too. :) Let me know if there is anything I can do to help! Since this is on the plug side, we'll need to think how to best get this in plug, but also allow it to be extensible so we can include the help links that are dep specific. After giving this some thought, I realized that feature might have been thinking way too far ahead—for a first iteration, maybe something that just implements the baseline functionality that the current version has would be best.

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