Pulse for iOS and .NET

Published 17 June 2013 by Runako Godfrey

A few weeks ago, we announced the launch of ProjectLocker Pulse, our easy-to-use exception reporting system for your projects. We’ve gotten a very good initial reception, but demand for iOS and .NET plugins has been high on the requested list. Today, I’m happy to announce the availability of Pulse SDKs for iOS and .NET applications.

What is Pulse? Pulse is a code snippet you drop into your application that monitors your application for crashes. When a crash happens, Pulse gathers up diagnostic information (stack trace and environment data) and captures that in ProjectLocker. You can also have Pulse notify you as soon as a crash happens, so that you can fix customer issues before they even have a chance to report them.

Example Pulse Exception Report

Example Pulse Exception Report

As with the other Pulse SDKs, installing Pulse into your .NET or iOS project is easy. You just add the SDK to your project, drop in a short code snippet, and you’re all set. You can find the SDK downloads and specific details for both platforms at the Pulse developer center (login required).

We use Pulse internally at ProjectLocker, and I can say that it’s really fantastic for helping to resolve difficult-to-reproduce bugs that occur from time to time. You should definitely try Pulse in your project!

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