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react-native-fabric - A React Native library for Fabric, Crashlytics and Answers

  •    Objective-C

React Native / rnpm will automatically link all the necessary libraries for both iOS and Android. If the installation goes off without a hitch, you can now skip to the Crashlytics Usage section or the Answers Usage section.

cordova-plugin-firebase - Cordova plugin for Google Firebase

  •    Objective-C

This plugin brings push notifications, analytics, event tracking, crash reporting and more from Google Firebase to your Cordova project! Android and iOS supported. Donations are welcome and will go towards further development of this project. Use the addresses below to donate.

nativescript-plugin-firebase - :fire: NativeScript plugin for Firebase, the leading realtime JSON :cloud: app platform

  •    TypeScript

Head on over to https://console.firebase.google.com/ and sign up for a free account. Your first 'Firebase' will be automatically created and made available via an URL like https://n-plugin-test.firebaseio.com. This will launch an install script which will guide you through installing additional components. Check the doc links above to see what's what. You can always change your choices later.

AnalyticsKit - Analytics framework for iOS

  •    Objective-C

The goal of AnalyticsKit is to provide a consistent API for analytics regardless of the provider. With AnalyticsKit, you just call one logging method and AnalyticsKit relays that logging message to each registered provider. AnalyticsKit works in both Swift and Objective-C projects. The following providers are included but not supported. YMMV.

bigbang - Android base project used by Xmartlabs team

  •    Java

This is Xmartlabs Android base project. Architecturally composed of a set of libraries for building modern and scalable applications from the ground up. The BigBang of our Android projects. In order to keep modules independent, we decoupled the behavior required for each layer into a single module, where everything comes together smoothly, which we call core. This not only allows you to choose which modules to use, but also gives you independence from any service or database oriented libraries we use.

FabricPlugin - Fabric.io plugin for Cordova or Phonegap

  •    Javascript

This is a Cordova plugin for Fabric.io's Crashlytics and Answers services. It requires Cordova 6.x or newer (tested on 7.0.0) and has APIs for iOS and Android.

CrashReporter - CrashReporter is a handy tool to capture app crashes and save them in a file.

  •    Java

Here is an article related to this library. While developing features we get crashes and if device is not connected to logcat we miss the crash log. In worst case scenario we might not be able to reproduce the crash and endup wasting effort. This library captures all unhandled crashes and saves them locally on device. I found a problem with other libraries that they capture crashes and then uploads them to server and sometimes few crashes aren't logged to server. That's the purpose of this library use it as a debug feature to capture crashes locally and immediately.

Crashlytics-FPCustomHandler - A helper class for Crashlytics to make your life easier

  •    Objective-C

FPCustomHandler is a helper class for Crashlytics to allow you run custom NSUncaughtExceptionHandler or signal handler when crash happened. FPCustomHandler relies on the underlying implementation details of Crashlytics(version 3.8.4(121)), These may be changed in future Crashlytics releases. At your own risk to use it.

react-native-fabric-crashlytics - Implements crash reporting on top of react-native-fabric library.

  •    Javascript

Reports javascript exceptions in React Native to the Crashlytics server, using the react-native-fabric library. To use, add this code to your index.ios.js and index.android.js (or some library included by both).

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