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Apr 1, 2021   |  By Aleix Ventayol
Welcome to the spring Bugfender newsletter! We’ve been working on the past months improving some of our SDKs, making it easier to integrate Bugfender thanks to API improvements and introducing some new features to make your debugging experience even better. Furthermore, we’ve been actively writing fresh content for our blog. Make sure you don’t miss out on our featured articles for this quarter below!
Mar 8, 2021   |  By Tapas Adhikary
It is an exciting era for web developers with so many open-source frameworks and libraries around to help them. Of all the frameworks that have emerged in recent years, Vue.js stands out for its simplicity, adaptability and rapid load times. In this article, we will learn how to get started with Vue.js. We will also go through the steps to integrate and use Bugfender with a Vue.js application. We will build a simple TODO application, which will enable us to add, fetch, edit, and delete TODO items.
Feb 19, 2021   |  By Tapas Adhikary
Next.js is a complete React framework that provides a rich experience for developers in building web applications. You get a fast and reliable refresh on code changes, support for TypeScript and the ability to create a hybrid static and server-side rendered page. The file system and API routing features make it a go-to React solution for server-side applications.
Feb 2, 2021   |  By Tapas Adhikary
It’s now more than 30 years since the first website was born. Its purpose, you ask? To provide information about the World Wide Web, of course. In the three decades that have elapsed since then, we’ve created around 6 billion more websites. Some, like that inaugural site about the internet itself, are devoted to providing information. Others allow us to buy and sell products. Others give us access to photos, videos and other forms of media.
Jan 20, 2021   |  By Tapas Adhikary
Jamstack is a modern web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs, and prebuilt Markup. It is not yet a full technology stack like MEAN, MERN or LAMP. Rather, it is an architectural concept built using JavaScript, API and Markup.
Jan 13, 2021   |  By Aleix Ventayol
Welcome to the Bugfender winter newsletter! We hope you had a great Christmas and new year. This quarter we’re bringing you a lot of insightful information on our blog. Take a good cup of coffee and find our latest recommended articles below. But first, let’s kick-off with the latest updates as we do on every quarterly newsletter: We hope you find all these updates useful!
Jan 7, 2021   |  By Rubén Vázquez
To kick off our series on debugging for software developers, we tell you how to build breakpoints step by step using Xcode and breakpoint Android Studio to isolate key information about your app’s performance, and save crucial time during the process.
Dec 18, 2020   |  By Tapas Adhikary
There’s no doubt which programming language is winning the battle for global supremacy right now. JavaScript has powered past the 12 million developers mark, and 5 million of its loyal fans (some 40%) have come aboard within the last three years. Initially thought of as merely a Java spin-out, it is now used to power everything from machine learning libraries to space exploration robots. But to truly maximize the potential of JavaScript, developers have to implement an effective testing regime.
Nov 27, 2020   |  By Tapas Adhikary
It’s no exaggeration to say that today’s internet is built on JavaScript. Around 95% of all websites have been built using the language, according to the latest figures. JavaScript has evolved beyond the client side and is now used to construct entire technology stacks, not to mention support databases like pouchdb and RethinkDB.
Nov 18, 2020   |  By Tomer Raitz
React Hooks is a new addition to React which enables you to use state and other features of the library without having to create a class. By ‘hooking into’ React’s existing features, you can significantly reduce the number of concepts you have to grapple with, and you can create custom hooks to share all kinds of non-visual logic, making your code much more reusable.
Mar 28, 2021   |  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.
Mar 22, 2021   |  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.
Dec 11, 2020   |  By Bugfender
Adding Bugfender to an Android project is a two-minutes task that can save you hours of debugging in production. In this video we review the whole process from scratch. We start creating an Android app with Android Studio. Then we add Bugfender with Gradle and finally we configure a new App in the Bugfender's Dashboard. We use the last minutes to explain how the different logs work in Bugfender so you can get the most from the first minute.
May 12, 2020   |  By Bugfender
We are thrilled to announce Bugfender’s new javascript SDK for the frontend, which applies the simplicity of our mobile SDKs to web applications. Happy debugging!
Feb 4, 2020   |  By Bugfender
With Bugfender you can debug your app remotely, find the bugs faster and provide better customer service. Follow this guide to add Bugfender to your iOS app using cocoapods. Thanks to new languages like Kotlin and Swift we can see more and more web programmers jumping into the native development. We started this series of videos with basic tutorials to help new developers and also experienced developers coming from other platforms (React Native, Xamarin, Ionic…). This video can be used as a guide to start creating a new Xcode project and integrating the Bugfender SDK with cocoapods, but if you want to go further we have a lot of tutorials and articles in our docs and in our blog. As you can see, having a remote console for your apps is a 5-minutes task that can save you hours of debug in production. See you in the next video. Happy debugging!
Nov 10, 2018   |  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.
Jul 6, 2018   |  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.