New tags for performance metrics
We’ve introduced 4 new tags to our out-of-the-box performance metrics and namely OS name, http status code, browser name and country code. You can now...
The new Codecov CLI lets you can configure code coverage and more, right in the command line. With the CLI you’ll be able to check coverage insights locally,...
Understanding all of your Crons statuses at a glance is now easier with Crons' new timeline view. In this new view, you can see an overview of all of your...
Link Stack Traces to Source Code in Java
Session Replay SDK Takes Mutations into Account to Minimize Performance Overhead
At Sentry, we employ several measures to avoid Session Replay negatively impacting the end-user performance of your web application. A new measure we...
Exception groups now supported for Python and .NET
Sentry now handles exception groups for users using ExceptionGroup and derived types in Python, or similar classes such as AggregateException in .NET. Within...
SQL is shown throughout Sentry.io in issue breadcrumbs, performance issues, and transaction spans. Previously this SQL was not formatted, making it difficult...
The Sentry SvelteKit SDK is live
Official support for SvelteKit is now live. The SDK is also supported via our wizard to install our SDK with one line npx @sentry/wizard@latest -i sveltekit...
Crons SDKs now available for Python, Celery, PHP, Laravel, and Node.JS
You can now monitor your recurring jobs in less than five minutes for Python, Celery, PHP, Laravel, and Node.JS.
In Sentry Python SDK version 1.23.0 we introduced support for Loguru . Example usage (see the documentation to learn more): What will happen: