Next-Level JavaScript Error Tracking with Sentry

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Discover advanced techniques to track and resolve errors in JavaScript applications, using Sentry as a powerful ally. This session will explore the art of pinpointing issues before they hit users, streamlining your error-handling process, and enhancing application performance.

23 min
15 Feb, 2024
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