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HockeyApp for Android 18.104.22.168
HockeyApp is a platform to collect live crash reports, get feedback from your users, distribute your betas, recruit new testers, and analyze your test coverage.
HockeySDK-Xamarin implements support for HockeyApp in your iOS and Android applications.
The following features are currently supported:
Collect crash reports: If your app crashes, a crash log is written to the device's storage. If the user starts the app again, they will be asked to submit the crash report to HockeyApp. This works for both beta and live apps, i.e. those submitted to the App Store. Crash logs contain viable information for you to help resolve the issue. Furthermore, you as a developer can add additional information to the report as well.
User Metrics: Understand user behavior to improve your app. Track usage through daily and monthly active users. Monitor crash impacted users. Measure customer engagement through session count. You can also track custom events and view the aggregate results on the HockeyApp dashboard.
Update Ad-Hoc / Enterprise apps: The app will check with HockeyApp if a new version for your Ad-Hoc or Enterprise build is available. If yes, it will show an alert view to the user and let him see the release notes, the version history and start the installation process right away.
Update notification for app store: The app will check if a new version for your app store release is available. If yes, it will show an alert view to the user and let him open your app in the App Store app. (Disabled by default!)
Feedback: Besides crash reports, collecting feedback from your users from within your app is a great option to help with improving your app. You act on and answer feedback directly from the HockeyApp backend.
Authenticate: To help you stay in control of closed tester groups, you can identify and authenticate users against your registered testers with the HockeyApp backend. The authentication feature supports several ways of authentication.
It is super easy to use HockeyApp in your Xamarin app. Have a look at our documentation and onboard your app within minutes.
The Xamarin SDK wraps our native SDKs – HockeySDK-iOS 5.1.1 and HockeySDK-Android 5.0.4. For more info on advanced, platform-specific behaviors, check out the documentation for HockeySDK-iOS and HockeySDK-Android.
We're looking forward to your contributions via pull requests on GitHub.
3.1 Development environment
- A Mac, running the latest version of macOS.
- Get the latest Xcode from the Mac App Store.
3.2 Code of Conduct
3.3 Contributor License
You must sign a Contributor License Agreement before submitting your pull request. To complete the Contributor License Agreement (CLA), you will need to submit a request via the form and then electronically sign the CLA when you receive the email containing the link to the document. You need to sign the CLA only once to cover submission to any Microsoft OSS project.
If you have further questions or are running into trouble that cannot be resolved by any of the steps in our troubleshooting section, feel free to open an issue here, contact us at email@example.com, or join our Slack.
This version includes HockeySDK-iOS 5.1.1 which contains two critical bugfixes.
- [BUGFIX] Fixes a critical bug that would cause apps to freeze when calling
trackEventin UIApplicationDelegate callbacks. #492
- [BUGFIX] Fix a critical bug in the crashonly variant of the SDK. #49
This SDK wrapps HockeySDK-Android 5.0.4. This release contains various bugfixes and improvements for both platforms.
Changelog for HockeySDK-Android
This version contains a few bugfixes as well as the removal of an API that has been deprecated since HockeySDK 3.7.0-Beta.2.
- Removal of deprecated API
ExceptionHandler.saveException(Throwable exception, CrashManagerListener listener)has been deprecated since 3.7.0-beta.2. Use
ExceptionHandler.saveException(Throwable exception, Thread thread, CrashManagerListener listener)instead. #317
- Bugfix The SDK now deletes redundant crash reports. #318
- Bugfix The SDK does no longer send the event that indicates the start of a session twice but once. There was no impact on session counts as the event was de-duplicated on the server. #321
- Bugfix Fixes a potential deadlock when reading device information when saving an exception. #323
- Bugfix Fixes a potential NPE when processing stacktraces. Thanks to Thomas Reis for reporting issue #331. #332
This release now limits the number of crashes that are stored by the SDK while the device is offline to 100 Crashes. HockeySDK-Android will stop to collect crashes until the number of unsent crashes drops below the limit of 100 unsent crashes.
- [BUGFIX] Fixes a possible
OutOfMemoryErrorexception. This only occurs when a very large number of crashes – several 100k or more – wasn't sent to the server. #313
This version wrapps the latest native SDKs and makes sure the SDK is fully compatible with Android O and iOS 11. There have been no changes that are specifically about the Xamarin SDK as it is a simple wrapper around the native SDKs.
The most notable changes are:
- The SDK is now supporting iOS 8 and later.
- The SDK is now supporting Android API level 15 or later.
- It's no longer possible to authenticate a user using a device identifier on Android.
Please have a look at the full releasehere.
- This version wraps HockeySDK-iOS 4.1.6 and HockeySDK-Android 4.1.5 which both come with bugfixes and accessibility improvements. Please have a look at the native SDK releases for a full list of bugfixes.
- This version fixes a regression in Xamarin.iOS that was introduced in 4.1.3 where .NET exception crash reports were incomplete.
- This version wraps HockeySDK-iOS 4.1.5 and HockeySDK-Android 4.1.4.
- This release fixes an issue where adding the HockeySDK caused issues with the debugger for crashes caused by an NSException.
- Wraps HockeySDK-iOS 4.1.4 and HockeySDK-Android 4.1.3.
- Uses Mono's latest support for uninstalling/reinstalling signal handlers (iOS).
- Wraps HockeySDK-iOS 4.1.3 and HockeySDK-Android 4.1.2
- Allows for user configuration whether to terminate the app when a
- Includes several fixes around our documentation and
- Add Custom Events support
- Add Android 7.0 support
- Namespace Change Moves Bindings into HockeyApp.Android namespace
- Updated to v4.1.0-beta2 of the HockeyApp SDK for Android
- Fix an issue where additional metadata from CrashManagerListener was not properly attached to Android crash logs
- Improve Android parameter bindings
- Improvements in sample apps and documentation
- Updated to v4.1.0-beta1 of the HockeyApp SDK for Android
- Updated to v3.7.0 of the HockeyApp SDK for Android
- Fixed terminate issue TraceWriter
- Updated to v3.6.2 of the HockeyApp SDK for Android
- Fixed TraceWriter ignoring terminate parameter