Fabric 1.6.11

Fabric 1.6.11

DocsDocumented
TestsTested
LangLanguage Obj-CObjective C
License Commercial
ReleasedLast Release Oct 2016

Maintained by Fabric.


Downloads

Total22,073,053
Week439,313
Month1,753,204

Installs

Apps173,353
Apps WeekApps This Week 24,903
Pod Tries375
Pod Tries WeekPod Tries This Week 26
Test Targets27,244
Test WeekTests This week 2,745
Watch Apps215
Watch Apps WeekWatch Apps This week 11
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Code

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SizeIntegration Size 17,672 kb
LOCLines of Code 40


Fabric 1.6.11

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  • Twitter

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Fabric

Overview

Fabric provides developers with the tools they need to build the best apps. Developed and maintained by Twitter and the team that built Crashlytics, Fabric provides an easy way to manage all your SDKs so that you’ll never have to worry about tedious configurations or juggling different accounts. We let you get right into coding and building the next big app.

For a full list of SDK provided through Fabric visit https://fabric.io/kits.

Setup

The Fabric Pod is a dependency for all Fabric SDKs and is included when installing any Fabric related Pods. General setup instructions are shown below; however, these vary depending on the selected SDK.

  1. Visit https://fabric.io/sign_up to create your Fabric account and to download Fabric.app.

  2. Open Fabric.app, login and select an SDK to install.

    Fabric Plugin

  3. The Fabric app automatically detects when a project uses CocoaPods and gives you the option to install via the Podfile or Xcode.

    Fabric Installation Options

  4. Select the Podfile option and follow the installation instructions to update your Podfile. Note: the example below is for the Crashlytics SDK. The instructions will vary based on the selected SDK.

    Fabric Podfile Instructions

  5. Add a Run Script Build Phase and build your app.

    Fabric Run Script Build Phase

  6. Initialize the SDK by inserting code outlined in Fabric.app.

  7. Run your app to finish the installation.

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