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Why we’re excited to partner with Laravel

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In case you missed it, our friends at Laravel just announced a new partnership with… well… Sentry. The TL;DR is that you can add error…
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Monitor Supabase databases and Edge Functions

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When cloud service providers first started popping up, many developers were “wowed” by being able to spin up and scale all kinds of…
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Five improvements to Make Debugging Less Terrible

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Over the past year, we released a couple of new offerings, like Session Replay and Cron Monitoring. But in addition to building new products…
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Sentry .NET SDK 4.0 improvements for .NET 8

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As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Sentry’s support for the .NET ecosystem with over 150 million downloads, we’re excited to announce…
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Making your JavaScript projects less noisy

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If you’re using Sentry for JavaScript error monitoring, you may be familiar with a common challenge: sifting through noisy, low-value errors…
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Cron Monitoring Now Supports Sentry SDKs, Automatic Set Up, Multi-Environments and More

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Last year we introduced Sentry Cron Monitoring (beta) to help developers get code-level context and performance trends for their scheduled…
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Sentry for SvelteKit

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We’re happy to announce that the Sentry SvelteKit SDK is now generally available and ready to help you monitor your SvelteKit application…
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Local Variables for NodeJS in Sentry

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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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4 Mobile Vitals to Keep a Pulse on Your Flutter Applications

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Flutter is one of the fastest-growing open source cross-platform development frameworks. The likes of BMW, Google Pay, Tencent, and iRobot…
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Sentry’s Android Gradle Plugin Updated with Room Support and More

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Monitoring performance is a critical part of software development. We just released version 3.0.0 of our Sentry Android Gradle plugin, which…
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Troubleshooting Spring Boot Applications with Sentry

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In this article, we walk through how to troubleshoot Spring Boot applications using Sentry. Learn more here about how Sentry can improve your application.
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UI Breadcrumbs for Android Error Events

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In [many] cases, when a crash happens in your Android application, you want more context on what occurred before the issue — kind of like…
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Keep Gamers Gaming — Application Monitoring for Unity

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Given the millions of registered Unity developers worldwide, Unity is arguably the most popular engine used to develop games. But, whether…
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A Gem of an Update: Performance Monitoring for Ruby

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https://sentry.io/resources/distributed-tracing-infographic/In order to continuously improve your Ruby application, you need to understand…
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Debug Node.js Projects with Source Maps

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We now support source maps for Node.js projects. Here's a look at how to debug Node.js projects and make those source maps available for Sentry.
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Getting Started with Rust Error Tracking

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Sentry's Rust SDK provides you with as much error information as possible, as long as you ship your debug information in the executable. Here's a look at how you can optimize your Rust error tracking.
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Logging Laravel Errors with Sentry

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Today we’re announcing native integration with Laravel through our new sentry-laravel package. This is a drastic improvement over our…
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Capturing Java Exceptions with Sentry

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Getting started with Java exception handling can be an intimidating prospect. Learn more here about how to capture Java exceptions with Sentry.
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