🗓 Date: 2021 May 13, Thursday
⏰ Time: 9 AM PDT / 6 PM CEST
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Do you want to see how your app performs in your users’ hands? That’s why we have monitoring tools!
Mobile monitoring is to understand how the app is performing from the perspective of the user. It consist of multiple different aspects like crash reporting and analytics, user experience monitoring, or log and network monitoring. In this webinar, we'll discuss the importance of mobile app monitoring and the different approaches, the changes in mobile observability and data privacy.
We will shed light on questions such as …
→ What does mobile monitoring look like for different organizations? Why is it important?
→ How far can we go with testing before releasing vs. relying on monitoring to catch edge-case issues?
→ How mobile observability has changed in recent years and what can be the next big breakthrough in this area?
→ How do we deal with data privacy whilst still capturing enough information to understand the performance issues our app has in order to fix them?
Opinions expressed are solely our speakers' and do not express the views or opinions of their employers.
iOS Developer at WeTransfer, Author of avanderlee.com
Antoine is developing iOS apps since 2010. He's working at WeTransfer, partly leading the development of the iOS app with millions of monthly active users in Amsterdam. He's also known for his blog posts and tutorials on avanderlee.com and Medium. He has a big follower base on Twitter, he tweets passionately about Swift, iOS, and Xcode.
Independent iOS Developer hybridcattt.com
Ex Storytel, Citrix, iD EAST. I’m a software developer focusing on development for Apple platforms, living in Copenhagen. I’ve been working with iOS for 10 years, leading teams and building apps & SDKs. Currently I’m an independent consultant, helping businesses build awesome products.
iOS Developer, Writer of swiftrocks.com
Bruno is the writer of SwiftRocks, a blog where he describes his journey of spelunking the Swift Compiler. In his free time, he enjoys developing and maintaining Swift tools for the community such as SwiftInfo and SwiftShield.