I’ve said it before and I will say it again. Twitter is really trying its best to woo developers who want to use its tools to build better apps. So far it has given developers Fabric on the web to do so, Now Fabric is also available on mobile devices – on iOS and Android.
Fabric helps developers understand what is going on with their apps and if everything is working properly – it uses Twitter’s Crashlytics to make this possible, and it’s not just monitoring that it offers. It really helps developers understand whether any action is needed when things go wrong – something that is very important for teams.
Everyone has the ability to track whatever they really need to track, and to decide on actions based on importance.
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Of course, notifications can also be scaled down and limited, based on how important they are. Also very important to teams is its inbuilt discussion feature that allows them to comment and talk about issues around a specific app. Fabric informs developers and helps them understand how stable their app is, giving information when it is needed.
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