Profiling Beta for Python and Node.js

Performance Monitoring
A couple months ago, we launched Profiling in alpha for users on Python and Node.js SDKs — today, we’re moving Profiling for Python and Node…
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Profiling 101: Why profiling? (2/3)

Performance Monitoring
This is part 2 of a 3-part series on profiling. If you’re not yet familiar with the what profiling is, check out the first part in our…
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Profiling 101: What is profiling? (1/3)

Performance Monitoring
The performance of your app matters. From ensuring a good user experience to retaining users, performance makes a difference in your app’s…
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Local Variables for NodeJS in Sentry

SDK Updates
Stack traces show us exactly where an exception occurred, but you can still be left wondering: What arguments or state caused the exception to occur? If you can reproduce the issue locally with a debugger attached you’ll have access to these local variables, but with Sentry you can identify the exception location *without* needing to reproduce the issue locally. By including local variables with stack traces, Sentry events become much closer to the full debugging experience.
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Install Sentry with a Single Command

SDK Updates
We’re creating a new way to install and set up Sentry. Starting with Next.js, you’ll be able to set up new Sentry accounts or create new…
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Common Errors in Next.js and How to Resolve Them

Guest Posts
Bugs are one of the most troubling aspects of software development; they appear out of nowhere and cause everything to stop working. Most of…
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How to get started with Sentry's Unity SDK - Part 1

Guest Posts
User experience and performance are two of the most important metrics of any game. You need to ensure that it runs as optimally as possible…
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How to handle Android exceptions and avoid application crashes

Guest Posts
Let’s start by stating the obvious: an exception is a problem that occurs during the runtime of a program which disrupts its conventional…
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React Native Debugging and Error Tracking During App Development

Guest Posts
A good developer knows how to debug code. In fact, most software engineers spend the majority of their time debugging existing code rather…
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Dogfooding Chronicles: Weekly Report Emails

Dogfooding Chronicles
If you’re a Sentry user, you’ve probably seen those weekly emails we send out at the start of the week. They give a weekly recap to users of…
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Cron Job Monitoring Beta - Because scheduled jobs fail too

Error Monitoring
Do your cron jobs (aka scheduled jobs) ever fail or not run as expected? Scheduled jobs are supposed to be predictable – as the name implies…
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Understanding Performance Testing in Unity: A Real-World Example

Guest Posts
Performance testing is an important part of any application. It helps developers to increase the application reliability while providing a…
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Mobile: The Future is Declarative

Mobile
Taking a look at where mobile app development is headed, and exploring the new declarative approach used by the new native frameworks SwiftUI and Jetpack Compose.
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Prioritizing Platform Stability at One of FastCo.’s Most Innovative Companies of 2022

Mobile
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Suspect Commits via Git Blame

Error Monitoring
Errors are part of building software. Even if you are one of the fabled 10X engineers, errors are still going to happen. When an error does…
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How We Made JavaScript Stack Traces Awesome

Error Monitoring
Sentry helps every developer diagnose, fix, and optimize the performance of their code, and we need to deliver high quality stack traces in…
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Bringing Codecov into the Sentry Family: Where Code Coverage Meets Application Monitoring

Sentry
Today Codecov is joining the Sentry family. Codecov began as a code coverage reporting tool in 2014 and has since emerged as a market leader…
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Measuring application performance in Swift using transactions

Performance Monitoring
Learn how to measure the performance of individual functions in your Swift app by using Sentry's Custom Instrumentation feature.
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Application Profiling for Python

Performance Monitoring
Profiling is an important tool in every developer’s toolkit because it provides a granular view into the execution of your program from your…
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