Sunday, December 17, 2017

Gathering operational and behavioral analytics by using HockeyApp

You can track application health alongside usage metrics and application crash analytics. Get powerful dashboards, in which you can filter for different views and levels of detail—from segmenting data to drilling down to an event.

Understanding real-world crash behavior is essential for mobile applications. HockeyApp’s integration of fully open-source SDKs provides highly reliable automatic crash collection of every application crash. HockeyApp crash collection is supported natively on most major mobile platforms: iOS, Android, Windows, Xamarin, Cordova, React Native, and others.

The HockeyApp dashboard provides the app owner with a summary of crashes and user feedback,
including messages from users and automatic screenshots. It groups the crash reports on all platforms
by similarities.

You can enjoy the benefits of powerful crash analytics tools, such as full symbolization support for iOS and .NET native code, and de-obfuscation of ProGuard on Android provides actionable human
readable stack traces for all crashes. Automatic crash grouping identifies crashes resulting from the
same cause. Because of HockeyApp’s integration with most major bug-tracking systems, you take
advantage of streamlined workflows for notification and status tracking of crash defects. You can
utilize the HockeyApp Mac app to view crash reports and navigate directly to the crashing line of code in your IDE. HockeyApp helps you to understand the device and OS distribution for each crash to gain insight into platform issues. Enable faster triage by getting the details on total impacted users for each crash.

HockeyApp gives you an opportunity to learn about basic user behavior automatically—without
additional coding. It helps you to fully understand DAU, MAU, and user sessions for your application and each individual version. You can dive deeper into user behavior by tracking any user action as a custom event; visualize custom event statistics to learn about factors influencing end user behavior; and engage directly with end users via feedback with bi-directional communication from end users inapp to the development team, including the ability to share screenshots of customers’ experiences.

Source Of Information : Microsoft Platform and Tools for Mobile App Development

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