Sentry Application Monitoring for Next.js

As you could probably tell from the title, we shipped an SDK for Next.js. This means you can capture errors, measure performance, manage…
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Better Alerts [as in, far more specific and just generally way better]

A couple of weeks back, we broke sign-ups. And in the most meta fashion, we learned about this because someone here had the foresight to set…
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Dogfooding Chronicles: Never Be Content With Your Content (Security Policies)

In this Dogfooding Chronicle, I’ll walk you through how we updated our Content Security Policy using Discover — and how we’re keeping watch…
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Establishing the New Normal in Pandemic-Aftertimes

Three Hundred and Eighty-One Three hundred and eighty-one. The number of days it’s been since our Sentry offices shut down, in what we…
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No-code AWS Lambda Monitoring

Auto-instrumenting AWS Lambda Monitoring didn’t originate through a focus group or business plan. It started as a hackathon project that…
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Great Moments in Application Monitoring

The consequences of poor application performance are both real and terrifying: lost customers, lost trust from your team, and lost…
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Measuring Success with Sentry

In the early days of web development, there was one way to measure code: WTFs per minute. It was a metric that could be applied across all…
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Supporting Native Android Libraries Loaded From APKs

Like mechanics who restore their own cars or plastic surgeons who self-rhinoplasty, our developers put their skills to interesting uses…
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Measuring User Experience with Web Vitals

Top of search for you means top of mind for your customers. And with Google’s upcoming Page Experience update to Web Vitals taking place in…
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Silencing Distractions with Review List and Automations

By organizing information and automating mundane tasks, Sentry is able to remove any ambiguity around if an issue should be addressed, by whom, and in what priority order.
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Slow and Steady: Converting Sentry’s Entire Frontend to TypeScript

Recently, Sentry converted 100% of its frontend React codebase from JavaScript to TypeScript. This year-long effort spanned over a dozen…
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Using Feature Flags in Sentry

From testing in production to running A/B tests, feature flags have a range of uses. At Sentry, one way we use feature flags is to safely…
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A Sanity Listicle for Mobile Developers

Before we look to April, let’s recap some of our most notable mobile updates from this past month with a few tips on how to solve what matters faster and a sneak peek of what's coming next
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Using Sentry Performance To Make Sentry Performant

Like many companies, Sentry uses feature flags to determine when certain users see certain features. Recently, we decided to switch our…
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Performance Monitoring for Android Applications

Android is arguably the most ubiquitous operating system in the world. Whether it’s a tablet, phone, folding phone, computer, TV, or IoT…
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Building Dark Mode

Like many companies, we have a Hack Week at Sentry. In 2017, we coded an app which blared entrance music for anyone who stepped foot in our…
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Performance Monitoring Support for React Native

March Mobile Madness continues with Performance support for React Native. Our friend, Jenn Mueng shares how Performance supports his mobile…
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Issue Detail Performance Improvements

One of Sentry’s most-trafficked pages is our issue details page, as it helps our customers understand the root cause of an error. For those…
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With Flutter and Sentry, You Can Put All Your Eggs in One Repo

This month we’re updating several of our mobile SDKs. You might think it’s madness… Mobile March Madness. First up is Flutter. It’s fair to…
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