Bugfender

Barcelona, Spain
2014
  |  By Flávio Silvério
It might be a cliche, but first impressions really do count. Whether it’s a first date, a job interview or the UI design of your app, looking the part is a massively important consideration. Today we’re going to look at how we can use the SwiftUI Color structure to enhance the visual appeal of our apps and make the right impression on our users.
  |  By Sachin Siwal
Google regularly updates its developer policies to make sure Google Play is a safe and trustworthy platform for everyone. While this is unquestionably necessary and essential to protect users and their data, keeping up with the latest changes to ensure applications remain safe and compliant can feel a little overwhelming for developers.
  |  By Anupam Singh
In Kotlin, an enum (short for enumerator) is a special kind of predefined Kotlin data type used to store and represent a fixed set of named constant values, often simply referred to as constants. Each constant is an object, meaning they can have properties and methods, these are enums and are useful for representing elements that are fixed (for example days of the week) and don’t change.
  |  By Sachin Siwal
Our users surprise us every day. They constantly find new and exciting ways to use our apps, and create all kinds of edge cases with their behaviour. As developers, it’s impossible to predict every single edge case. What we can do, however, is train our apps to react, and this is the core of Reactive programming, a development paradigm which has rapidly gained popularity for Swift programmers in recent years.
  |  By Sachin Siwal
Universal Links are an iOS feature allowing seamless integration between web content and native iOS apps. With iOS Universal Links we can intelligently configure a specific web URL, associating it with our iOS app so it will open directly when the URL is clicked.
  |  By Flávio Silvério
In Swift, an enum (short for enumeration) is a powerful feature that allows us to define a data type with a fixed set of related values so we can work with those values in a type-safe way within our code. In this article we’ll be taking a closer look at Swift enums and their applications in Swift, as well as providing some real-world examples of how we could deploy them in our builds.
  |  By Flávio Silvério
Whether it’s the groceries you need from the store, the chores your mom left on the kitchen counter for when you got home from class, or even things to do before you die, lists are everywhere. Presenting data in a column (or a list) is the most familiar and natural way to organize information in both the analogue and digital worlds.
  |  By Sachin Siwal
One of the latest changes introduced by Apple is that developers needs to describe the data your app or third-party SDK collects and provide the required reasons of the APIs it uses. To do so, applications and third-party SDKs that are distributed as XCFrameworks, Swift packages, or Xcode projects, need to contain a privacy manifest file, named PrivacyInfo.xcprivacy. Table of Contents.
  |  By Wisdom Ekpotu
Before immersing yourself in this tutorial, it’s best to ensure you’ve got the following prerequisites.
  |  By Aleix Ventayol
We are excited to announce the launch of our new website, devresources.info, a comprehensive platform designed to serve as a central hub for developers seeking resources and events related to software development.
  |  By Bugfender
If you have experienced CORS errors before, watch this video to see how you can easily test them on Google Chrome
  |  By Bugfender
Learn how to use the Console Panel in Google Chrome.
  |  By Bugfender
Google Chrome has a Font Editor that can help you to fine-tune your document font styles.
  |  By Bugfender
Learn how to test the new Dark Mode in Google Chrome
  |  By Bugfender
In this video you will learn how to use the Recorder Panel in Google Chrome.
  |  By Bugfender
Learn how to use CSS Overview tool in Google Chrome to help you improve your CSS.
  |  By Bugfender
Bugfender is a log storage service for application developers. Bugfender collects everything happening in the application, even if it doesn’t crash, in order to reproduce and resolve bugs more effectively and provide better customer support.
  |  By Bugfender
Meet Simple Programmer and how he uses Bugfender in his development process. Bugfender is a Remote Logger, Crash Reporter, and In-App User Feedback tool.
  |  By Bugfender
Bugfender is a log storage service for application developers. Bugfender collects everything happening in the application, even if it doesn’t crash, in order to reproduce and resolve bugs more effectively and provide better customer support.
  |  By Bugfender
Our free ebook is a practical guide to bug solving. Besides the obvious testing phase in software engineering, there are many other strategies you can follow to increase the effectiveness and reduce the cost of your Quality Assurance phase, we'll focus on those.
  |  By Bugfender
Bugfender grants you fast remote access to your applications' log files on users' devices - wherever they are in the world. Bugfender logs virtually everything, going beyond simple app crashes. It even logs when the device is offline.

Bugfender is a modern remote logger tailor-made for mobile development.

Most developers debug their apps by looking at the logs generated by their application. Usually this means connecting the mobile device with a debugging cable and looking into NSLogs or logcat.

Bugfender is a cloud storage service with an easy to use SDK that lets developers send their application logs for later use. Works for early development phases, beta testing and production applications. Bugfender unlocks the possibility to detect errors earlier, assist better users who contact your customer support and ultimately achieve an excellent customer satisfaction.

Bugfender represents a new opportunity, log collection services have existed for years on the back-end and network monitoring industry but never applied yet to mobile devices.