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Web - Analytics for Apps. This guide helps you set up Facebook Analytics for Apps quickly so you can see data, analyze trends and better understand the behavior of people who use your app.

Web - Analytics for Apps

Before you start Make sure you have a Facebook Developer account—if you don't have one already, create one You'll also need to add the Facebook SDK to your app. The following guides take you through all of the necessary steps. JavaScript SDK Setup 1. App events are the key actions that people take, such as launching your app, viewing content or making a purchase. When you integrated the Facebook SDK with your native mobile app, you probably added the code to log your first event: activateApp. If not, you can use the code shown below. Logging web activity You can log app events for any meaningful actions people take on your website.

For websites, we recommend triggering the page view event on all pages to ensure accurate user accounts and session durations. Now launch your app and click the button where you added the above code to. Html - How do I view source in the Android browser? You can capture the source to your shell or to a text file if you're using an emulator, which is very handy for development.

html - How do I view source in the Android browser?

To do this you'll need to install Android Developer Tools, which comes with adb. Fire up your emulator then from your OS's shell run the command: adb logcat browser:V *:S This will output anything from the browser app on your emulator and suppress any other log messages. From there any javascript console.log commands will be captured by adb and output for you to view. $(document).ready(function(){console.log($('html').html())}); This will output everything within your html tag on the page to the log. You can capture the output of your log (using BASH, at least, I can't speak to other shells) with: adb logcat browser:V *:S > log.txt now, any output from the log gets dumped into your log.txt file.

$(document).ready(function(){console.log($('div.inspect-me').html())}); Download Android Studio and SDK Tools. Before installing Android Studio or the standalone SDK tools, you must agree to the following terms and conditions.

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This is the Android Software Development Kit License Agreement 1. Introduction 1.1 The Android Software Development Kit (referred to in this License Agreement as the "SDK" and specifically including the Android system files, packaged APIs, and Google APIs add-ons) is licensed to you subject to the terms of this License Agreement.

Improving Your Code with lint. In addition to testing that your Android application meets its functional requirements, it's important to ensure that your code has no structural problems.

Improving Your Code with lint

Poorly structured code can impact the reliability and efficiency of your Android apps and make your code harder to maintain. For example, if your XML resource files contain unused namespaces, this takes up space and incurs unnecessary processing. Other structural issues, such as use of deprecated elements or API calls that are not supported by the target API versions, might lead to code failing to run correctly. Overview The Android SDK provides a code scanning tool called lint that can help you to easily identify and correct problems with the structural quality of your code, without having to execute the app or write any test cases. The lint tool checks your Android project source files for potential bugs and optimization improvements for correctness, security, performance, usability, accessibility, and internationalization.

Firebug - How can I inspect element in a Android browser? Debugging a Web App on Android. Learn how to debug your web app on any Android device with the help of these tools and techniques.

Debugging a Web App on Android

Here I list the common problems and free tools to use in your day-to-day mobile web work. The problem Android is a wonderful platform for developers. It offers almost limitless flexibility and given enough time, a skilled developer can create or enhance smartphone experiences like never before. That being said, it had a rough start and web developers still struggle with those early mistakes. Tools available These days, web developers don't have to worry about supporting what is considered ancient devices running older versions of Android, so some things have definitely gotten better.

Below I will list the most common FREE tools used by web developers for fixing android browser problems. 1. Let's get this one out of the way. The Chrome team has been improving this over the years and there are some fantastic features like screen casting, debugging webviews, and port forwarding. Remote Debugging on Android with Chrome.