Usage / API

Automatic Capturing

Once enabled, Sentry automatically reports errors, uncaught exceptions and unhandled rejections. No need for further steps, unless you like to report (certain) exceptions manually or have deactivated integrations like GlobalError. In this case, find out below how to send reports manually.

Enriching Reported Events

Sentry SDK provides API for enhancing events that are being reported. For example, you can:

  • set user information like IP address or username using Sentry.setUser API
  • add custom structured data using Sentry.setContext API
  • set custom key/value pairs (tags) that get indexed and can be used for filtering and searching using Sentry.setTag API
  • add file attachments using scope.addAttachment API
  • manually add breadcrumbs using Sentry.addBreadcrumb API
  • and other...

Read more about Enriching Events.

Usage in Vue components

In a Vue component, Sentry is available as this.$sentry, so we can call functions like

this.$sentry.captureException(new Error('example'))

where this is a Vue instance.

Usage in asyncData

While using Nuxt's asyncData method, there's $sentry object in the context object:

async asyncData ({ params, $sentry }) {
  try {
    let { data } = await axios.get(`https://my-api/posts/${}`)
    return { title: data.title }
  } catch (error) {

Usage in server middleware

Server Sentry instance is accessible through process.sentry.

Usage in other lifecycle areas

For the other special Nuxt lifecycle areas like plugins, middleware, and nuxtServerInit, the $sentry object is also accessible through the context object like so:

async nuxtServerInit({ commit }, { $sentry }) {
  try {
    let { data } = await axios.get(`https://my-api/timestamp`)
    commit('setTimeStamp', data)
  } catch (error) {
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