Fetch Fabric.io statistics like never before
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A simple gem that fetches mobile application statistics from Fabric.io using its private not publicly opened API.

There is a possibility that in some point of time it may break. Feel free to post an issue and we'll fix it ASAP.

The Story Behind

Fabric.io is a great tool made for mobile application developers. It provides data about standard and out-of-memory crashes, active users, audience growth and a lot more. Unfortunately the only official way to work with this data is using Fabric.io website. That means - no automation and no integrations with other services.

We decided to fix this issue.

Key Features
🍫 Hides the complexity of different Fabric.io APIs behind a simple wrapper.
📚 Provides data about organization, applications and builds.
💥 Shows crash- and out-of-memory- free metrics.
Automatically refreshes session in case of its expiration.
🛠 Provides a simple way of adding your adapter for storing session data in a database of your choice.


Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'fabricio'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install fabricio

Quick Start



  # Obtain all app
  fabricio app all

  # Obtain single app
  fabricio app get --app_id 'app_id'

  # Obtain active now count
  fabricio app active_now --organization_id 'org_id' --app_id 'app_id'

  # Obtain single issue
  fabricio app single_issue --app_id 'app_id' --issue_id 'issue_id'

  # Obtain single issue session
  fabricio app issue_session  --app_id 'app_id' --issue_id 'issue_id' --session_id 'session_id'

  # Obtain latest issue session
  fabricio app latest_session --app_id 'app_id'
  # Obtain all builds
  fabricio build all --organization_id 'org_id' --app_id 'app_id'

  # Obtain single build
  fabricio build get --organization_id 'org_id' --app_id 'app_id' --version 'version' --build_number 'build_number'
  # Obtain all versions
  fabricio version all --app_id 'app_id'

  # Obtain top versions               
  fabricio version top --organization_id 'org_id' --app_id 'app_id' --start_time 'timestamp' --end_time 'timestamp'
  # Obtain organization                  
  fabricio organization all
  # Setup credential                                                      
  fabricio credential

  # Describe available commands or one specific command                                                       
  fabricio help [COMMAND]                                                          


> fabricio credential
Setup credential
We have to know you\'re email from fabric account
email:  test@test.com
Now we want your password. Do not be afraid, it is stored locally
Successful login to TestOrganization
> fabricio organization all
[{"id"=>"424423ac76fa54934e00a09b", "alias"=>"test", "name"=>"Test", "api_key"=>"19ac3e6195b1900ada120c1e0c1230a818626d55", "enrollments"=>{"answers_enhanced_feature_set_enabled_for_new_apps"=>"false", "answers_ip_address_tracking_enabled_for_new_apps"=>"true", "beta_distribution"=>"true"}, "accounts_count"=>100, "mopub_id"=>"11142", "sdk_organization"=>true, "apps_counts"=>{"ios"=>9}, "build_secret"=>"fdda1e597843e25731848bb46eec2cc893ea86847e22d5f44567ecd48ff4e32"}]
> fabricio app all

Default values

If your account have only one organization/app then it will be used by default and it is not necessary to set.

fabricio build all


You can use jq for parsing json

fabricio version all --app_id 'app_id' | jq 'sort_by(.major)[-1].synthesized_version' "14.0 (131)"


  1. Create a Fabricio::Client object and configure it on initialization.
require 'Fabricio'

client = Fabricio::Client.new do |config|
    config.username = 'your_email'
    config.password = 'your_password'
  1. Use this client to query any data you want.
client.app.all # Returns all applications on your account
client.app.get(app_id: 'app_id') # Returns information about specific application
client.app.crashfree(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: '1478736000', end_time: '1481328000', build: 'all') # Returns application crashfree for a given period of time
client.organization.all # Returns information about your organizations
  1. If you want to check the exact server output for a model, you can call json method on it:

client.app.get(app_id: 'app_id').json

You can call a method similar to any key in this hash:

client.app.get(app_id: 'app_id').importance_level




Obtains information about your organizations.



Obtains the list of all apps.

client.app.get(app_id: 'app_id')

Obtains a specific app.

client.app.active_now(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id')

Obtains the count of active users at the current moment.

client.app.daily_new(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp')

Obtains the count of daily new users.

client.app.daily_active(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build')

Obtains the count of daily active users.

client.app.total_sessions(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build')

Obtains the count of sessions.

client.app.crashes(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', builds: 'builds')

Obtains the count of crashes for a number of builds.

client.app.crashfree(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build')

Obtains application crashfree.

Fabric.io website uses the same calculations. However, mobile app behaves differently and shows another value.

client.app.top_issues(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build', count: count)

Obtain top issues.

client.app.single_issue(app_id: 'app_id', issue_id: 'issue_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp')

Obtain single issue.

client.app.issue_session(app_id: 'app_id', issue_id: 'issue_id', session_id: 'session_id')

Obtain issue session.

client.app.add_comment(app_id: 'app_id', issue_id: 'issue_id', message: 'message')

Add comment.

client.app.oomfree(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', builds:'builds')

Obtains application out-of-memory free for a number of builds.


client.build.all(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id')

Obtains the list of all application builds.

client.build.get(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', version: 'version', build_number: 'build_number')

Obtains a specific build for a specific application.


client.version.all(app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp')

Obtains an array of all versions for a given application.

client.version.top(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp')

Obtains an array of top versions for a given application.


client.app.all_custom_events(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build')

Obtains list of all custom event types.

client.app.custom_event_total(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build', event_type: 'event_type')

Obtains the total count for the specified custom event type.

client.app.custom_event_unique_devices(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build', event_type: 'event_type')

Obtains the unique device count for the specified custom event type.

client.app.all_custom_event_attribute(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', event_type: 'event_type')

Obtains list of all attributes for the specified custom event type.

client.app.custom_event_attribute(organization_id: 'organization_id', app_id: 'app_id', start_time: 'start_timestamp', end_time: 'end_timestamp', build: 'build', event_type: 'event_type', event_attribute: 'event_attribute', selected_time: 'selected_timestamp')

Obtains the attribute count for the specified custom event type.

Additional Info

Fabric.io API:


  • Egor Tolstoy
  • Vadim Smal

Thanks for help in dealing with API to Irina Dyagileva and Andrey Smirnov.


The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.