Jan 24, 2017
Build Android apps created using React Native
- You can now use the Build service for Android apps created using React Native framework!
Add testers for Distribution much easily now
- You can now invite any tester to a distribution group through their email, without having them first join Mobile Center.
- You can also delete distributed releases now
Crash metrics now available
- Get better insights of your apps with graphs about crashes per day, crash-free users and device distribution
We also updated our build machines to support the latest Xcode, Android, ProGuard and Node.js tooling
Dec 15, 2016
- Build support for Xamarin Android apps. You can now set up builds for building Xamarin Android apps by going to the Build section.
- Username made editable now! You can now edit your user name from the use settings page.
- CLI version 0.3.0: This new version includes commands to create and manage your apps and API tokens.
- iOS 10.2 support for crashes and test
- Xcode 8.2 support for building iOS apps
Dec 8, 2016
- Events for Analytics. Going beyond understanding how many and who your users are, you can now learn about your users’ actions. Find “Events” under the Analytics section to get detailed data about your events and their properties. Read the doc and check out how to start learning from these events.
- Build Support for Native Android Apps. You can now set up builds for building native Android apps by going to the Build section.
Dec 1, 2016
- React Native has arrived. You can build, capture crash reports and see analytics data for your iOS app. Read the docs or start by connecting any React Native repository.
- Xamarin developers can build for iOS.
- Auto-distribute from CI builds. You can select a distribution group to automatically create a release from every CI build on a branch.