The AMPLIFY Crash Analytics (ACA) module provides you with real-time crash reporting and app monitoring for your Titanium powered mobile apps. This module enables the enterprise level support for monitoring critical errors and provides valuable diagnostic information to rapidly debug issues that occur in production from the Appcelerator Dashboard (Dashboard).
- Titanium SDK 8.1.1 or above is required to use this feature
- Appcelerator Studio (Studio)
Note: ACA only supports the Android and iOS platforms.
Installation and setup
The ACA module is downloaded if you have either an Pro or Enterprise account or purchased it separately.
Setup Your Project
To activate it when creating a new project using Studio, click the Enable Axway Appcelerator Platform Services checkbox. Once the app has been created, you can see that analytics is set in the
file. Use the ACA module API to add breadcrumbs, user metadata, and error handling code to log events leading up to a crash. Login to the Dashboard and use the ACA dashboard to analyze crash reports.
For a previously created project, if Appcelerator Services were not previously enabled, open your
tiapp.xml file, then click the Enable Services button under the Appcelerator Service section.
Appcelerator Studio injects code into the
tiapp.xml file to set up the ACA module (
If you wish to disable, remove the module from the
tiapp.xml file and any references to the module.
To confirm that the ACA module works, try out the sample app listed in Modules.ACA.
Initialize the Module
com.appcelerator.aca has been added to the
tiapp.xml file, the module will initialize automatically on startup.
To access module methods, you will need to require the module:
If you are upgrading from a previous version of ACA, you no longer need the init statement (just the requirement statement will do). For example, the following code should be replaced with the code directly above:
Note: You may need to do a thorough code update to replace the older variable
Add User Metadata
By default, a username is not included. The username appears with the crash or error reports. Both setUsername and setMetadata can be used in any part of application's code. They are not invoked when the crash occurs, the information gathered by aca when these calls are made will be sent to the platform with the crash event.
Allow the User to Opt-Out
method to allow the user NOT to send any information to the ACA. Passing
true to this method disables sending data to ACA.
Only the 'Last 60 Minutes' time period is real-time. Results for other time periods will be updated from one hour to twenty four hours after the events are sent.