Topic: crashlytics

Google announces new machine learning capabilities for Firebase

Firebase’s development platform will receive a series of updates focused on tightening the integration of Firebase services and incorporating more machine learning technology into the toolkit, the Google-owned company announced today at the Firebase Dev Summit in Amsterdam. Firebase is a mobile platform for developing high-quality applications. The first notable update is the integration of … 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

Microsoft UWP Community Toolkit, Twitter extends Crashlytics, and roadblocks to cloud success—SD Times news digest: Aug. 18, 2016

Microsoft is giving developers a new open-source toolkit to enable them to work with their community and contribute to the Windows SDK. The UWP Community Toolkit features capabilities such as helper functions, custom controls and app services for developers; open-source code; and alignment with the Windows SDK for Windows 10. Developers can use the toolkit … continue reading

Google releases Cloud Vision API, EFF complains about Google tracking, patent shows Amazon has plans AR—SD Times news digest: Dec. 3, 2015

Developers can build applications that can see and understand what’s in images in Google Photos with the release of Cloud Vision API. It’s going to help all kinds of developers who make applications, according to Google’s blog. Using a REST API and advances in machine learning, Cloud Vision API can classify images, detect faces, and … continue reading

Twitter announces new mobile developer toolkit, Fabric

Twitter is trying to win over mobile app developers with a new set of tools the company announced today at its first mobile developer conference, Twitter Flight. “We are so delighted to have you with us as we unveil what we believe is the future of mobile app development. A future that is built upon … continue reading

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