#AppBlade SDK# An easy-to-use, drop-in library to help you get the most out of Appblade.
The easiest and quickest way to get your project using the AppBlade iOS SDK is to use CocoaPods. Add the following to your
pod install on your command line. Mind that you'll still need to fetch the
AppBladeKeys.plist personalized for your project and add it to your
ResourceRules Not a CocoaPods user? Navigate here to learn about other installation methods.
Still having trouble installing? Check out our FAQ.
###Integrating the AppBlade SDK enables enhanced features
- Application kill switch
- Administrators can remote disable AppBlade installed applications.
- Kill switch enabled applications are required to connect to the internet and verify status with AppBlade.
- If it has been more than 24 hours since the last verified check OR if the user status is not valid, the application will not run.
- Application update notifications
- On application start, users are automatically notified when an update is available
- Capture application crash logs
- Capture, view & download crash logs via AppBlade
- Application Feedback
- At any point in the app, users can send a screenshot and a note to AppBlade (in iOS) by doing a three-finger double tap or (iOS and Android) a custom defined action.
- v0.3.0 is required to submit feedback with screenshots, due to security changes on the AppBlade API
- Custom Data Fields When Reporting
- Developers can pass additional custom parameters about an application when reporting feedback or crashes.
- User Statistics
- Project managers can track specific data like when an AppBlade-integrated app was opened, how long it stayed open, and who opened it.
Current build targets
- iOS: minimum v5.0
- Android: minimum API v9, target API v17