How to setup Smartlook Crash Reports.

Currently the minimal supported Android version is Jelly Bean (API 18).

Installation

Step 1: Add the Smartlook SDK

If you haven't already, add Smartlook SDK to your Android project as described here.

Step 2: Add the Smartlook Crash Reports plugin to your app

  1. In your app-level build.gradle file, apply the Crash Reports Gradle plugin:
plugins {
    id 'com.smartlook.crash-gradle-plugin' version '1.0.1'
}
  1. In the same build.gradle file, define the configuration for the plugin and include in your Smartlook API token:
smartlookCrashGradlePlugin {
    apiKey = "your-smartlook-api-token"
    force = true
}

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In order to upload the mapping file, the REST API token is needed. How to create/get it is described in Create the API token.

Step 3: Force a test crash to finish setup

To finish setting up Crash Reports and see initial data in the Crash Reports of the Smartlook console, you need to force a test crash.

  1. Add code to your app that you can use to force a test crash.

You can use the following code in your app's MainActivity to add a button to your app that, when pressed, causes a crash. The button is labeled "Test Crash".

crashButton.setOnClickListener {
   throw RuntimeException("Test Crash") // Force a crash
}
crashButton.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
   public void onClick(View view) {
       throw new RuntimeException("Test Crash"); // Force a crash
   }
});
  1. Build and run your app.

  2. Force the test crash in order to send your app's first crash report.

  3. Go to the Crash Reports dashboard of the Smartlook to see your test crash.

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This can take a while.