Firebase is an early-stage application development platform with a nascent crash reporting module, which emerged from the acquisitions of Fabric and Crashlytics. Current Fabric Crashlytics users must migrate to Firebase by a quickly approaching deadline of March 2020.
The tedious migration process requires users to install both Firebase and Google Analytics SDKs and then toggle between the Fabric and Firebase dashboards for visibility into application errors, since many key Firebase crash reporting features are still in beta.
A free crash reporting module within an application development platform does not surface the advanced data and insights that are needed to monitor application stability, prioritize errors, and debug efficiently.
Without stability targets in Firebase, how will your engineering and product organizations align around stability goals and decide where to invest their time?
Bugsnag lets you easily set target and critical stability targets and make data-driven decisions about whether engineers should build new features or fix bugs.
Detect every error impacting the user experience with our best-in-class Android, iOS, and React Native support. All Bugsnag notifiers are open source and there are no workarounds required like those in Firebase.
Move through your debugging workflow with Bugsnag’s collaboration features and two-way integrations with issue trackers and on-call tools.
With Firebase, how would you know which bugs need more attention than others when it is so difficult to filter through error reports?
Our engineers care deeply about the health of your applications. They work hand-in-hand to get you up and running quickly and deliver proactive support.
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