We only use crashlytics from fabric.io
and only that makes an empty app around 4mb
No. The reason for that is that we use the newest librarys which are possible for our builder.
Other builders use old libs where the size is smaller.
Thats the reason
That should not be optional?
Or at least that the reports also reach the developers of the apps
We would like to have stats of like how many apps run on X Kodular Version, Android Versions, Device Brands, etc.
And no, developers should not have access. Because the kind of bug reports are related to our sources code, and it won’t help them
We don’t get errors of wrong joined blocks, we get issues regarding our Java code
And if we add them optionally, we won’t get so many reports to fix bugs
I can not understand (context error when translating)
I’ll write in Spanish the translational, but just as an exception
Nos gusta tener estadísticas de cuantas apps están siendo usadas con cada versión de Kodular, las versiones de Android, los modelos de móviles más usados, etc., para poder analizar cuales son las tendencias
Y los desarrolladores no deberían tener acceso a ese panel, ya que los registros de errores que contiene son de código Java, de nuestros componentes, y no de fallos en la unión de los bloques
En resumen, que esa información sólo nos es útil a nosotros
Oh, now I understood perfect
But can I suggest something?
Maybe you should place an option to change the language of the send report dialog, my applications for example are all in Spanish
and just curious to know what if someone decompiled their app can he remove fabric crashlytics and other things he wants to that kodular add to an app