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Android Instrumentation: Diagnose & hot fix your live apps, realtime
Submitted by Mudit Krishna Mathur (@muditkmathur) on Thursday, 21 July 2016
Section: Full talk (40 minutes) Technical level: Intermediate
Every app release has bugs and some of them take hours to reproduce. In those hair-pulling moments, developers realize how useful it would be if they could just add logs to the app.
The objective of the presentation is to show Android developers a way to diagnose issues ‘on-demand’. I would also explain how to fix some of these issues, on live app, in real time.
This session is meant for all Android developers, who believe in providing a superior customer experience on their apps.
- Android Instrumentation
- AspectJ: Instrument your android app
- How to write dynamic logs
- Fix crashes
- Fix logical issues
With more than 13 years of mobile app and game development experience, I have been a witness to the evolution of mobile technologies, right from the days of J2ME/Symbian, through Blackberry, iOS and Android.
Through my journey, I have been a part of ngpay, arguably the world’s first mobile-only commerce application, working on the company’s mobile app for multiple platforms. I lead development on mobile games for various teams in Disney, working through C++, OpenGL, Cocos2dx and other cross-platform game engines to churn high performance, heavy-animation games. Marvel’s Avengers Alliance was one such hit game with huge world wide user base.
For the past couple of years I have been with Flipkart, churning high throughput libraries catering to both iOS and Android apps of Flipkart.
Currently, I am enabling companies to take control of their mobile apps in production through Hansel.io. I am a co-founder and Vice President at Hansel.io