Firebase Crash Reporting AIR Native Extension (Android+iOS)
Firebase Crash Reporting ANE enables the Google Firebase Crash Reporting feature in your Adobe AIR projects supported on both Android and iOS with 100% identical ActionScript API.
Firebase Crash Reporting ANE collects information about crashes that you users are experiencing and lets you correct your app issues as quickly as possible before they effect too many of your users.
Firebase Crash Reporting creates detailed reports of the errors in your app. It collects information about crashes and sends that data as quickly as possible to be tracked in your dashboard (your own Firebase account’s console). Errors are grouped into clusters of similar stack traces and triaged by the severity of impact on your users. In addition to automatic reports, you can log custom events to help capture the steps leading up to a crash. Now imagine how much it can improve your user’s experience and how expensive and time consuming it could be if you wanted to do a similar thing you yourself!
You may watch this video to just get a glitch of what Firebase Crash Reporting has to offer to the mobile application development:
So “Firebase Crash Reporting AIR native extension” enables it all for your AIR apps! The Firebase project is awesome and will help mobile app developers BIG time. It will cut down the amount of time you would spend on setting up server-side logic and besides that, it ensures that your content will always be available to your users as fast as possible.
Below are the main highlights of this native extension:
- • Enable the Firebase Crash Reporting feature in your AIR apps
- • Prioritize crashes by frequency and impact
- • Monitor fatal and non-fatal errors
- • Comprehensive data surrounding each crash, including device characteristics, device circumstances, a stack trace, and more
- • Reliably collect crashes that occur while the device is online or offline
- • Ability to measure the impact of a crash on user behavior via Firebase Analytics
- • 100% identical AS3 API
- • Always up to date
- • Professional support by real developers
Easy crash reporting
Easily monitor fatal errors in iOS and fatal and non-fatal errors in Android. Reports are triaged by the severity of impact on users. And it doesn’t matter the device is online or offline! crashes will be collected and reported. So no more worries about crash reporting and user feedbacks anymore, Firebase does that for you!
Bugs and crashed cause your users to rate your app poorly and finally uninstall it. Of course that’s not what you want! So that’s why Firebase Crash Reporting ANE is so essential for your AIR apps. In your Firebase account’s console you can monitor the overall health of your app. You can see the top crashes, and track the recent history of crashes in your app. Crashes are grouped by similarity and ordered by the severity of impact on your users.
Comprehensive crash reporting data
Each instance of a crash comes with detailed information that comes at the moment of the crash including device characteristics, device circumstances, a stack trace, and more. Similar reports are automatically clustered to make it easier to identify related bugs.
Log additional information
You can also log additional information as the app is running! Simply put different log messages anywhere inside of your app in different situations according to the user’s interactions, and if the app crashes, you can see all recent log messages right from your Firebase account’s console to help you diagnose.
Providing 100% identical AS3 API
We spent countless hours discussing the differences between iOS and Android APIs and created a completely new approach toward these functionalities to make sure the resulting AS3 API will be not only 100% identical on both platforms but also super easy to work with.
Always up to date
Our dev team, are always checking on the latest releases of Android/iOS to make sure you have access to the latest features of this library.
Professional support by real developers
If you are a member in MyFlashLabs club, you will have quick direct email support on all our ANEs but even if you are not a member, you will still receive professional help from our dev team. Our Android, iOS and AS team leaders are constantly checking on our GitHub issues pages trying to answer your tech questions as fast as they can. There is actually no time limit on how we support our products.
Have any questions regarding the usage of this Air Native Extension? The documentation and example files in our GitHub repository will help you a lot. But you can also checkout the Extension’s GitHub issues page and search for already answered questions. It’s very probable that your question is already answered there. Still couldn’t find what you’re looking for? Then post a new issue yourself, our Dev team will answer your questions a.s.a.p.
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