QuincyKit

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QuincyKit mobile crash reporting is available under the MIT Open Source license.

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QuincyKit review by <span>Ethan C.</span>
Ethan C.
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"Efficient and Sophisticated Crash Report System"

What do you like best?

First and foremost I love that this product is open source and available on github. So, you can be rest assured that this product truly caters to their clients.

Secondly, the admin interface is easy to use and contains in depth incoming crash log data. Moreover, there is a script that sybolizes crashes on the database, which makes it much easier for a developer to see crashes.

Thirdly, there is automatic grouping of crash file. So, you don't have to waste time manually organizing your data!

Lastly, the program itself assigns bugfix version for every crash group and define a status for each, augmenting the efficiency of this program.

What do you dislike?

Unfortunately, you cannot attach custom logs. So, it's quite rigid in that standpoint. Regardless, people have raised this issue in the github repository and they are working to include it.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Definetly checkout the github repository for more info. You'll be able to customize the app to more of your liking.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It has helped speed up the development process for us. Usually beta testing lasts 6 months. This crash report technology cuts it down drastically to 2 months. I am able to curate and attack different bugs in my code much more quickly.

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QuincyKit review by <span>Ethan L.</span>
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"QuincyKit is the open source crash reporter used by HockeyApp"

What do you like best?

Proven reliability. The QuincyKit code base is related to what is used by HockeyApp, a hosted solution for managing user crash data. Use QuincyKit if you don't want a hosted solution outside if your own development ecosystem and run your own server - you can easily manage your own crash report data. Was easy to implement on swift ios apps.

What do you dislike?

The ability to send more user data and crash specifics would be handy. I'm sure new features will continue to be added as the codebase is available on github. Perhaps

Recommendations to others considering the product

If you do not want to host your own crash report server, or do use QuincyKit in an app but want a hosted solution, HockeyApp can be used and crash reports can be re-routed without any changes to the app. Two apps are free via HockeyApp (which uses QuincyKit codebase).

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Used QuincyKit as a crash-reporting solution for developing a client's iOS apps. QuincyKit auto-detects each crash and loads a simple screen opting the user to report crash data when the program is loaded next.

What Mobile Crash Reporting solution do you use?

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QuincyKit review by User in Financial Services
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"Very simple and simplistic yet smart. "

What do you like best?

I love this app due to being able to find out why my apps crashed. The app even runs on my mac osx and my iphone 6 plus. Very nice to see incorporation of both the desk top and mobile phone.

What do you dislike?

It doesn't necessarily give you suggestions on how to fix the crashing issue.. it allows you to contact developers and inform them of the problem. It would be nice to be able to write a message along with the crash report to explain why you might think the app is crashing or possible circumstances as to why the app has crashed.

Recommendations to others considering the product

I believe a messaging system to provide the developer with possible circumstances as to why the app has crashed would be a great addition to this product.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Nothing in particular, just better efficiency.. which is always a great thing to have.. whether it be within a company or not.

QuincyKit review by <span>Kunal B.</span>
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"Best open source tool available out there"

What do you like best?

The biggest advantage of using Quncy kit is that you don't have to share your crash logs with any other company. Normally crashlytics and other similar company use your data for various analytical reasons. If you don't want your crash logs to be accessible any one else and want to build in house solution Quincy kit is your best best. You can pull out the server component and host it on your machines. It's easy to confer and works like charm.

The front end component uses PLCrashreporter which is used by most of the crash reporting tools. It's works like charm while integrating it on front end. No customization. Easy to setup. No need to worry about symbolication.

What do you dislike?

Can't attach custom logs, or any user specific data to crash logs. Filtering is restricted and analytical tools for crash reporting are that good like other free tools. It also does not catch memory crashes. Uploading DSYM files is still manual. Most of the other tools have good analytical interface for retrieving crash logs and understanding it's impact.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Go for it only when you have issue in sharing your data with other companies. It's much better than building your own crash parser.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

crash collection and reporting for native iOS apps

QuincyKit review by <span>Javi P.</span>
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"Perhaps need more features, but they are in the right direction"

What do you like best?

It's one of the best mobile crash report management system that we can run in-house, in our servers, and for FREE! Also it's open-source, which is a GREAT thing. Big thumbs-up for the team for being so open.

What do you dislike?

You can see early that is a software mainly developed for A PERSON. Needs a bigger team, so it can adapt better and quicky to their users' needs

Recommendations to others considering the product

Use it!

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We have the crash reporting system of one of our iOS apps, and hosted onto a VPS. Benefits: My company didn't like that crash reports were saved on 3rd companies' servers.

QuincyKit review by User in Internet
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"Love it!"

What do you like best?

Open source! There is nothing i like more than a good opensource project.

Of course there are many good reasons why I use Quincy Kit. It is easy to use. It does exactly what you are looking for and more.

What do you dislike?

Can't attach any custom information... unfortunately. Apart from that i would say that the app is perfect!

Recommendations to others considering the product

Definitely would recommend to anyone.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

crash reporting for iOS apps. I am not a big fan of iOS and creating an app was a real pain for me. Quincy Kit helped me and saved month from my life

QuincyKit review by <span>Wynd S.</span>
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"In-house open source crash reporting database tool"

What do you like best?

Open source. Options on the user-end for sending crash data or not and ability to inform ios apps if the crash is known and to send info for updates/fixes.

What do you dislike?

No website/support team available (other than the GitHub page) so it lacks the support that a externally-hosted service would supply (however this could be considered a strength if you are wanting to handle everything in-house and not send data to a crash reporting service).

Recommendations to others considering the product

If you are looking for an in-house crash reporting solution, give QuincyKit a try.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Maintaining a database of crash-reports for simple ios apps.

QuincyKit review by User in Construction
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"Software Crash Kit"

What do you like best?

Sends crash reports quickly to a developers database, but it lets you, as the user, decide if you want to send a crash report or not.

What do you dislike?

The MAC version is no longer app store safe.

Recommendations to others considering the product

It is better than building your own crash protocol. Also, make sure you look into how to customize this app and that it fits your needs.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Solve crashes on our database. It has helped a lot with beta testing.

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