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4 Reasons Why Your Source Maps are Broken

Source maps are awesome... when they work. Here are four reasons why your source maps are broken and tips on how to fix them.
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Tips for Reducing JavaScript Error Noise

Spare your inbox from noisy unwanted errors with these helpful tips.
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Improve Signal to Noise with Inbound Filters

Use inbound data filters to automatically reject unwanted issues.
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Rich Error Reports with Redux Middleware

Use redux-raven-middleware to attach Redux app state and logs to Sentry crash reports.
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Vue.js Error Reporting with Sentry

Sentry now supports Vue.js, including Vue 2
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Support for React Minified Errors

Sentry now automatically expands minified errors from production React apps.
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Welcome Katie Lundsgaard

We're excited to announce that Katie Lundsgaard is joining the engineering team.
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Log Angular 2 Errors with Sentry

Sentry now supports Angular 2 with full TypeScript support
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What the heck is "Script error"?

If you’ve done any work with the JavaScript `onerror` event before, you’ve probably come across the following: "Script error."
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Welcome Jess MacQueen

We’re excited to announce that Jess MacQueen is joining the engineering team.Jess joins us from Chartio where she worked on everything from…
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How to write bulletproof function wrappers in JavaScript

In our client JavaScript SDK – Raven.js – we make use of a lot of function wrapping. We even provide a utility API method, , that…
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Capture and report JavaScript errors with window.onerror

is a special browser event that fires whenever an uncaught JavaScript error has been thrown. It’s one of the easiest ways to log client…
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Sentry JavaScript SDK 2.0.0 is available now

We’ve just released version 2.0.0 of our client JavaScript integration library, Raven.js. This version introduces some important major…
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Debuggable JavaScript in production with Source Maps

These days, the code you use to write your application isn’t usually the same code that’s deployed in production and interpreted by browsers…
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Sentry 8 starts rolling out this week

Earlier this month we announced a brand new version of Sentry, “version 8”.Besides a brand new look and feel, Sentry 8 introduces some…
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