Sentry

May 23, 2018
2011
San Francisco, CA, USA
Feb 21, 2019   |  By Tim Perry
Netlify functions are a quick, easy and powerful tool, but like most serverless platforms, they can be even more difficult to debug and monitor than traditional server applications. It’s a hard environment to precisely recreate locally, there’s no machine you can SSH into in a pinch, and no built-in error notifications. Your code is going to break eventually, and you need the tools to fix it.
Feb 20, 2019   |  By Kamil Ogórek
As you probably know, source maps allow you to view source code context obtained from stack traces in their original, untransformed form. This view is particularly useful when attempting to debug minified code (like UglifyJS) or transpiled code (like TypeScript or ES6). We’ve made the analogy before, but source maps act as the decoder ring to your secret (minified or transpiled) code.
Feb 14, 2019   |  By Elizabeth Campbell
When I tell people that Sentry is open source, they nod, understanding that this is known to be a good, noble thing. Then, they have questions. Many questions. “You mean open core?” they ask. No. Open source. “So you sell professional services?” No. Head scratching, then a pause. “Then… how do you make money?”
Feb 13, 2019   |  By Sentry
If you’re reading this, it means you’re at least mildly interested in Sentry and would likely be interested in some exciting new features that we’ll be releasing very soon. You can get the details on all these new features below. Also, if you’re currently in our Early Adopter program, you can potentially access these features right now. Not part of this program? Your organization can opt in at any time with the flip of a single switch found in your org settings.
Feb 12, 2019   |  By David Cramer
It’s February, which means it’s the perfect time for us to publish our 2018 year in review. Other organizations publish these in January or even December, and they are wrong to do so. February is the best month for this, except for those years when we publish it in March. 2016 was a big year for us. 2017 was even bigger. You know what that means: 2018 was the biggest yet. How big was it?