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Getting Started with Flurry Analytics by Bhanu Birani

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Tracking errors

Flurry provides you with a method to track errors as well. You can use the following methods to track errors on Flurry:

  [Flurry logError:@"ERROR_NAME" message:@"ERROR_MESSAGE" exception:e];

You can track exceptions and errors that occurred in the application by providing the name of the error (ERROR_NAME) along with the messages, such as ERROR_MESSAGE, with an exception object. Flurry reports the first ten errors in each session.

You can fetch all the application exceptions and specifically uncaught exceptions on Flurry. You can use the logError:message:exception: class method to catch all the uncaught exceptions. These exceptions will be logged in Flurry in the Error section, which is accessible on the Flurry dashboard:

// Uncaught ...

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