Sentry for JavaScript monitors release health

Sentry has updated Sentry for JavaScript with the power to track health by application releases. The update to the SDK for JavaScript fault and accomplishment monitoring also adds support for WebAssembly.

The release health component prepares an soon caution mechanism for mobile and indigenous application developers to assess and correct a bad release. Developers can gather actionable insights to resolve the most impactful faults, investigate slowdowns, and track the achievement of a release over time. They can also capture session data and view crashes by session and by user.

The Sentry for JavaScript SDK can be updated for release health capabilities via the following code snippets:

# Using yarn
yarn add @sentry/browser  @sentry/tracing

# Using npm
npm establish --save @sentry/browser @sentry/tracing

The Sentry for JavaScript SDK update, published on January 27, also introduces WebAssembly support. Now Sentry for JavaScript can prepare crash reports, including rise code on the server, if developers are using a compiler that can exhibit DWARF debug data. DWARF prepares a documented measure for debugging, with DWARF data embedded in an executable or object file. Prior to this update, Sentry had cited issues with debugging WebAssembly including stack explore limitations.

Sentry is offering free trials of Sentry for JavaScript. The company also has published framework-specific guides for using its SDK with Angular, React, Vue, WebAssembly, and other frameworks.