SDK Updates

Sentry Ingestion Domains Updates

SDK Updates
The TL;DR: We are going to apply these changes on September 1st, 2023: Ingestion via non-encrypted HTTP will be disabled. DNS A records for…
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Get More Context about your Cloud Services with Sentry

SDK Updates
A Sentaur who uses Sentry to build Sentry wanted to know where a specific service associated with an issue was being hosted in our cloud…
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Support for Next.js Middleware and Edge Routes

SDK Updates
Third-party JavaScript libraries provide developers with the tools they need to build modern web experiences, and a bit of cheatcode at…
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Getting Started with Jetpack Compose

SDK Updates
Recently, we wrote about the demonstrative move to declarative UI. With Jetpack Compose, Android is joining the declarative trends. Jetpack…
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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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How we run our Python tests in hundreds of environments really fast

SDK Updates
Not in a reading mood? You also can watch the talk I gave at DjangoCon 2022. One of Sentries core company values is “for every developer…
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The Sentry Remix SDK is Now Available

SDK Updates
Sentry has made it a priority to support frontend JavaScript developers, regardless of the framework they use. This is why we have SDKs for…
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Relay as a Lambda Extension Using the Actor Model in Rust

SDK Updates
Relay is an open source project by Sentry that receives data from Sentry SDKs for pre-processing. This is done before the data is sent to an…
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Bytecode transformations: The Android Gradle Plugin

SDK Updates
The first part of a blog post series about bytecode transformations on Android, where we talk about different approaches to bytecode manipulation in Java as well as how to make it work with Android and the Android Gradle plugin.
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Jamstack June: A Recap

SDK Updates
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…
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Support for Database Performance Monitoring in Node

SDK Updates
Performance monitoring is great because it lets you see whether your application is fast or slow, and which parts need speeding up. For Node…
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Adding Native Support to our Android SDK

SDK Updates
We're continuing our expansion into Native and Mobile by adding NDK support to our Android libraries.
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Fixing Native Apps with Sentry

SDK Updates
Here's a look at how you can use Sentry to detect native application crashes and fix them in no time.
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Python, JavaScript, .NET, and Rust: Sentry’s Unified SDK Updates

SDK Updates
Our new unified SDKs have arrived! Get a glimpse at what's changed and what it means for you.
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Join the Discussion on Sentry's Streamlined SDKs

SDK Updates
SDKs play a very important role in success with Sentry, from the first error to the bug fix. We've rethought and streamlined our SDK experience, and now we're looking for your feedback.
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Introducing Sentry Electron

SDK Updates
With our new Electron SDK you get first-class support for all the things you’ve come to love in our other SDKs: breadcrumbs, device and OS information, and of course, high quality stack traces with source map support.
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Introducing support for iOS, macOS, and tvOS apps

SDK Updates
Sentry now fully supports Cocoa, with both Swift and Objective-C clients
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Happy Hour in San Francisco

Events
Our next Happy Hour will be next Tuesday, so come grab a drink on us and meet everyone in the community. Come ready with your questions on…
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Happy Hour in San Francisco

SDK Updates
To celebrate the release of Sentry 8 we’re hosting a Happy Hour in San Francisco. Join us for some casual conversation and let us buy you a…
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