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Jamstack June: A Recap

Like any jam session, Jamstack June must end. But not before we reprise a few of our greatest licks of the month:


Our Next.js SDK monitors your Next.js projects to capture errors, automatically upload source maps, and trace errors to the commit that broke your code — all so stack traces look like your original code.

We teamed up with Netlify to walk you through how to build, deploy, and monitor your Next.js applications.

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What makes JavaScript great is also what makes it frustrating to debug. Find out why debugging Javascript sucks — and what you can do about it.

And this month, we’ll be riffing on ways you can trace performance issues from the frontend to the backend — stay tuned. In the meantime, drop us a line at our forum or on discord. And if you’re new to Sentry, you can try it for free today or write to to get started.

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