Learn how to verify that your Crashlytics installation is working with this online tutorial. Albert Lo shows you how to generate a simple crash and where to look for it in the Fabric.io dashboard.
- [Instructor] To test that our…Fabric iO dashboard is working,…we will proceed to simulate a crash.…In the power failure file that we have open,…let's insert an exception to simulate a crash.…So, in line 28 right after the init,…we're going to add some logic that says…if the singleton is initialized,…then we generate…an exception.…
(typing)…Okay, so now we are ready to run this app.…So once it loads into the emulator, then it should crash.…And we will switch to our email…and we should receive an email…notifying us of the exception.…So we select "see what went wrong"…and it will take us to the dashboard…with the details of the exception showing up now.…
Okay, so now we are ready to go to the next chapter.…
- Configuring Android Studio
- Getting started with Fabric.io
- Preparing for Fabric.io release
- Deploying to Fabric.io Beta
- Testing beta deployment
- Setting up Fabric.io Answers
- Defining and implementing the analytics model
- Defining interfaces for analytics
- Defining and implementing the analytics trackers
- Implementing the analytics client
- Setting up a Firebase console
- Testing Firebase authentication
- Implementing and verifying remote configuration
Skill Level Intermediate
Android App Development: Unit Testingwith James P White2h 59m Intermediate
Google Firebase for Android: First Lookwith Joe Marini1h 16m Intermediate
1. Crash Reporting
2. Crashlytics Beta for Beta Deployment
3. Use Analytics
4. Firebase Authentication
5. Firebase Remote Configuration
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