Sentry is a service that monitors and fix crashes in realtime. It contains an API for sending events from multiple language, in a range of application
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Triggers when a new organization is created
Triggers when a new organization project is created
Triggers when a new organization repo is created
Triggers when a new project is created
Triggers when a new team is created.
Triggers when a new user is created
Triggers when a new entry is added to a blog in your Shopify store.
Triggers whenever a order is "cancelled" (with line item support).
Triggers when a new customer is added to your Shopify account.
Triggers when a new purchase is made (only open orders) (with line item support).
Triggers when a new purchase is made (of any order status).
Triggers whenever a new purchase is "paid". You can choose a different order status like pending or refunded (with line item support).
Triggers when a new product is added to your Shopify store.
Triggers when an order is updated (with line item support).
Create a New Project
Create a New Team
Update an organization
Update a Project
Update a Team
Creates a custom collection.
Creates a new customer.
Creates a new order (with line item support).
Creates a new product.
Update a existing order.
Sentry was created by a developer named Kenneth Reitz. Kenneth built it out of frustration with the lack of a good bug tracker for Python. For a long time, he was using an open source product called Trac, but it wasn’t providing him with all the functionality that he needed. He knew that there had to be a better way to create a bugtracker so he set out to build his own from scratch.
In February of 2012, Kenneth released Sentry for use by the public. One year later, in February of 2013, Kenneth open sourced Sentry under the Apache License Version 2.0. The company raised a $2 million round of funding in April of 2014. In July of 2015, they raised a $18 million round of funding from Accel Partners, Matrix Partners and Andreessen Horowitz. In 2016, they were acquired by Stackoverflow for $40 million.
Shopify is a cloud-based commerce platform that allows users to set up online storefronts and start selling products from its interface. Shopify is designed to sell products from its interface, but it also allows users to integrate their existing websites into the interface as well. It is used by both small and large companies and has been listed as one of the fastest growing companies in Canada on the TSX Venture Exchange since 2013.
Integrating Sentry and Shopify would allow Shopify users to track bugs and errors on their sites automatically. When new bugs or errors are found on a site, users could either create a new project in Sentry or add the error directly to their existing project. From there, they would be able to track the bug and see how many people experienced that same issue on their site.
When investigating the bug further, developers could see all the data associated with that particular error and easily compare it with other errors related to it. This would make it easier for developers to find patterns and spve problems more quickly than before. With this integration, Shopify users would never have to worry about losing track of crucial information like what caused the error or if thousands of people experienced the same problem on their site.
With this integration, both companies would stand to greatly benefit from it. For Shopify, it would mean that there would be far less downtime on their sites because there would be fewer bugs for them to fix. On the other hand, Sentry would benefit from this integration because it would allow them to reach a larger audience who are looking for ways to debug problems with their websites.
Overall, Sentry and Shopify are two great companies that are both looking for ways to expand their audiences and reach more people who are looking for great software. By integrating Sentry into Shopify’s platform, both companies would be able to reach more people who are looking for tops that will help them debug issues with their websites. The two companies working together would prove beneficial for both themselves as well as their users.
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