This week Russ Fustino spoke to attendees at the Mobile App Developer (MAD) Group meeting in Tampa, Florida. This session had lots of interest about “Improving Your App Quality”.
Some of the questions that were asked at the event:
A: Yes. You can combine technologies for an Application as defined in Raygun. We just use language choice to get you started when you create an app. Of course, an application is how you feel all of the necessary components that add up to make up your app run. Raygun pricing is not based on multiple languages or technologies that are used for the app.
Q: How long is the trial period for Raygun?
A: 14 days
Q: Can I capture non-error information with Raygun?
A: At this time, you can collect affected user information associated with errors.
Q: How do I manage an app in test versus an app in production using Raygun?
A: The simplest way is to have a separate app ID for Production, You can easily do this with conditional compilation statements DEBUG vs RELEASE compiles in Visual Studio.
Here’s Russ’ slides from the event:
Some useful plugins for Xamarin (Device, Settings, etc..): https://github.com/jamesmontemagno/xamarin.plugins
Affected user tracking: https://github.com/MindscapeHQ/raygun4net#affected-user-tracking
.NET Platforms: https://raygun.com/docs/languages/net
Raygun blog: </>
Case Studies: /case-studies/
Dependency Injection: http://developer.xamarin.com/guides/cross-platform/xamarin-forms/dependency-service/
I hope everyone that attended enjoyed the event! Or, if you weren’t at the event, I hope the above slides, sample projects and links are useful to get started with a free 14 day trial of Raygun today!