Topic: bugsnag

SD Times news digest: Bugsnag’s Releases Dashboard, Google’s PageSpeed Insight, and an Adobe security update

Bugsnag has launched anew Releases dashboard designed to provide teams visibility into their releases. Bugsnag is an error monitoring solution for web, mobile and server apps. This new dashboard will also enable development teams to put out releases faster and more often, according to the company. It has a crash rate indicator to show the … continue reading

The best crash and bug reporters  of 2017

“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort.”  — John Ruskin As creators of software, we strive to eliminate bugs to create the best experience for our users. But we can only fix problems we know about, and the more we know, the faster it goes.  All third-party mobile bug … continue reading

Udacity-Didi self-driving car challenge, Collabnet releases TeamForge 17.1, and Bugsnag supports Code Push for React Native—SD Times news digest: March 9, 2017

Self-driving car enthusiasts can join the Udacity-Didi self-driving car challenge, which focuses on a core feature of self-driving cars: the Automated Safety and Awareness Processing Stack (ASAPS). ASAPS identifies stationary and moving objects from a moving car, and it uses data that includes radar objects, camera images and frames, and Velodyne’s point cloud, according to … continue reading

Android Developer Conference shows off new tools

The Android Developer Conference closed today, ending a three-day soiree of tooling, tutorials and talks. The event played host to a number of companies demonstrating and discussing their work on the Android platform. One newcomer to the show was CleverTap, a mobile app analytics and engagement service that easily integrates into existing application code. CleverTap … continue reading

Google responds to Chrome OS/Android rumors, Raspberry Pi and Code Club team up, and new Firefox Developer Edition tools—SD Times news digest: Nov. 3, 2015

Google is responding to reports that the company has plans to bring its PC operating system, Chrome OS, to Android, and its answer is clear: Chrome OS is not going anywhere. “Over the last few days, there’s been some confusion about the future of Chrome OS and Chromebooks based on speculation that Chrome OS will … continue reading

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