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Official Sentry SDKs for JavaScript

This is the next line of Sentry JavaScript SDKs, comprised in the @sentry/ namespace. It will provide a more convenient interface and improved consistency between various JavaScript environments.


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Supported Platforms

For each major JavaScript platform, there is a specific high-level SDK that provides all the tools you need in a single package. Please refer to the README and instructions of those SDKs for more detailed information:

Version Support Policy

The current version of the SDK is 8.x. Version 7.x of the SDK will continue to receive critical bugfixes until end of 2024.

Installation and Usage

To install a SDK, simply add the high-level package, for example:

npm install --save @sentry/browser
yarn add @sentry/browser

Setup and usage of these SDKs always follows the same principle.

import * as Sentry from '@sentry/browser';

  dsn: '__DSN__',
  // ...

Sentry.captureMessage('Hello, world!');

Other Packages

Besides the high-level SDKs, this repository contains shared packages, helpers and configuration used for SDK development. If you're thinking about contributing to or creating a JavaScript-based SDK, have a look at the resources below:

Bug Bounty Program

Our bug bounty program aims to improve the security of our open source projects by encouraging the community to identify and report potential security vulnerabilities. Your reward will depend on the severity of the identified vulnerability.

Our program is currently running on an invitation basis. If you're interested in participating, please send us an email to and tell us, that you are interested in auditing this repository.

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Thanks to everyone who contributed to the Sentry JavaScript SDK!