The Bugfender API performs remote logging functions for iOS and Android applications. Bugfender stores application logs on the Bugfender server and creates a remote console where developers can view logs in real time. Bugfender logs nearly everything, not just app crashes, and even continues to log when the device is offline. This is an indirect API that can only be accessed via SDKs.
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26-11-18 18:38:39[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2018: Application Development and Developer Tools updated with Related API Bugfender
12-06-18 16:19:59[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Apple Mapkit, Bugfender, City of Seattle, Admiralty updated with Related API Bugfender
08-06-18 12:23:24[Sample Source Code] Bugfender Android Sample Code updated with Related API Bugfender
08-06-18 12:19:20[Sample Source Code] Bugfender iOS Swift Sample Code updated with Related API Bugfender