Fabric: Twitter’s New App For Developers


Twitter has recently released a new app meant exclusively for developers, named Fabric. This app also happens to be the first one that Twitter has developed from scratch; other apps such as Vine and Periscope are basically acquisitions.

Strictly speaking, Fabric is a collection of tools and resources meant for developers who wish to check up on the status and progress of their apps. In other words, Fabric lets you monitor the performance of your mobile applications keep track of error logs and debugging records, among other things.

To quote Twitter’s description of Fabric:

The Fabric mobile app makes it easy for you to know what’s going on with your app. We sift through millions of events every day to intelligently give you the most important information. And starting today, our real-time alerting system will send you a push notification when something critical is affecting your app.

This application offers you real time updates and push notifications related to the performance of your apps. As such, you can stay updated about the performance of your applications even when you are on the go and not at your desk.


When dealing with bug reports, Fabric offers you details such as user behaviour, real-time performance metrics, crash logs and other things, such as detailed breakdown of devices and mobile platforms.

Fabric is available both in the Apple App Store and Google Play. To learn more about Fabric, visit the official website.

What do you think of the new Fabric app by Twitter meant exclusively for developers? Share your views in the comments below!

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from Web Design Ledger http://webdesignledger.com/fabric-twitter-new-app-for-developers/


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