Sentry provides real-time crash reporting for web and mobile apps and games. The Sentry API allows to access application monitoring features by sending events and receiving data in JSON format. HTTP basic & API Key are the authentication methods that include SSL to protect web server and browser. Endpoints available to interact with events, organizations, projects, releases, and teams.
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The Sentry Unity Sample Code demonstrates how to run a test to send a message to Sentry. By learning how to use the API, developers can integrate monitoring, and analytics, reporting features in real time.
The Sentry PHP Sample Code by Sentry presents API access to implement monitoring features into applications and websites. Developers can create errors and exceptions to experiment with the interface. They can also run the server with a few lines of code available.
The Sentry Ruby Sample Code by Sentry presents developers how API access can integrate real-time crash reports into applications and websites. Two rails versions are available with configuration, callbacks, and tests.
The Sentry Python Sample Code by Sentry demonstrates how API interaction can access real-time crash reporting for web services, games, and mobile applications. Tests include initialization, API, and SSO.