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Repository contains SDK for Android, iOS and Windows Phone. Android and iOS SDKs are build with help of shared code and gomobile. Windows Phone SDK is located in wp/ folder and written in C#, it's a portable Class library.

Godoc - https://godoc.org/github.com/logpacker/mobile-sdk

How to import into Android Studio (see screenshots/ folder)

  • File > New > New Module > Import .JAR or .AAR package
  • File > Project Structure > app -> Dependencies -> Add Module Dependency
  • Add import: import go.logpackermobilesdk.Logpackermobilesdk;

How to use it in Java:

import go.logpackermobilesdk.Logpackermobilesdk;

// It's possible to catch all app's crashes via Thread.setDefaultUncaughtExceptionHandler and send it to LogPacker
try {
    Client client = Logpackermobilesdk.newClient("https://logpacker.mywebsite.com", "dev", android.os.Build.MODEL);
    client.setCloudKey("");

    Message msg = client.newMessage();
    msg.setMessage("Crash is here!");
    // Use another optional setters for msg object

    client.send(msg); // Send will return Cluster response
} catch (Exception e) {
    // Cannot connect to Cluster or validation error
}

How to import framework into Xcode (see screenshots/ folder)

  • Drag Logpacker.framework folder into your Xcode's browser
  • Use import #import "Logpackermobilesdk/Logpackermobilesdk.h"

How to use it in Xcode

#import "ViewController.h"
#import "Logpackermobilesdk/Logpackermobilesdk.h"

@interface ViewController ()

@end

@implementation ViewController

- (void)viewDidLoad {
    [super viewDidLoad];
    GoLogpackermobilesdkClient *client;
    NSError *error;
    GoLogpackermobilesdkNewClient(@"https://logpacker.mywebsite.com", @"dev", [[UIDevice currentDevice] systemVersion], &client, &error);
    client.cloudKey = @"";
    GoLogpackermobilesdkMessage *msg;
    msg = client.newMessage;
    msg.message = @"Crash is here!";
    // Use another optional setters for msg object
    GoLogpackermobilesdkResult *result;
    [client send:(msg) ret0_:(&result) error:(&error)];
}

// It's possible to catch all app's crashes via signal(SIGSEGV, SignalHandler) and send it to LogPacker from SignalHandler func

How to import into C# project

  • Add logpackermobilesdk.dll into your C# project
  • Add using logpackermobilesdk; before you start to use it

How to use it in C# code

using System;
using logpackermobilesdk;

namespace test
{
    class MainClass
	{
		public static void Main (string[] args)
		{
			try {
				Client c = new Client ("https://logpacker.mywebsite.com", "dev", System.Environment.MachineName, "");
				Event e = new Event ("Crash is here!", "modulename", Event.FatalLogLevel, "1000", "John");
				c.Send (e);
			} catch {
				// Handle connection error here
			}
		}
	}
}

// It's possible to catch all app's crashes via global try-catch block and send it to LogPacker

How to build an .aar or .framework packages from Go package

  • golang 1.7+
  • go get golang.org/x/mobile/cmd/gomobile
  • gomobile init
  • Install Android SDK to ~/android-sdk
  • ~/android-sdk/tools/android sdk
  • Install java-jdk
  • export ANDROID_HOME=$HOME"/android-sdk"
  • gomobile bind --target=android .
  • Find .aar file in working folder
  • Install XCode
  • gomobile bind --target=ios .
  • Find Logpackermobilesdk.framework folder

How to build CS library

  • MonoDevelop
  • Open project (wp folder)
  • Project -> Export

How to contribute

  • Fork master branch
  • Make changes
  • Run ./before-commit.sh
  • Push and create a Pull Request