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Nabil Kazi
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May 12, 2021 ⋅ 8 min read

Logging and remote error reporting in mobile apps

Nabil Kazi Mobile Team Lead | Product Designer

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One Reply to "Logging and remote error reporting in mobile apps"

  1. Hi Nabil, thanks for your post.
    I have a question about the Android example: in order to get the log message remotely sent via Firebase, shouldn’t you do like this?
    Timber.e(new RuntimeException(“Test error message”),”Test error message”);
    It seems to me that, if you do not add the message to the Throwable, the text is not sent to Firebase…
    Thank you in advance for your reply.
    Filippo

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