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Logging iOS API

Utilize Shipbook's iOS remote logging platform to collect logs from your application for debugging issues and crashes.

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Open Source SDK

Open-source SDK for developers- no matter their language: Swift, Objective-C.
We made the SDK open source to provide users with transparency regarding its functionality and to ensure security. This decision also simplifies bug analysis for users encountering issues, as having access to the source code allows for a deeper understanding and more direct troubleshooting of problems

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import ShipBookSDK


ShipBook.start(appId:"YOUR_APP_ID", appKey:"YOUR_APP_KEY")


Log.e("the log message") // Error log

Log.w("the log message") // Warning log

Log.i("the log message") // Info log

Log.d("the log message") // Debug log

Log.v("the log message") // Verbose log

How to get crash logs from iOS device?

Shipbook automatically retrieves all iOS crashes, so if you are using Shipbook, you'll receive the entire iOS log file and crashes. This tool allows you to access all your logs and crashes in one platform.

How to get iOS remote logs from mobile devices?

Shipbook uploads all iOS logs to the cloud and allows the user to view the logs remotely from Shipbook console. Additionally, it writes the logs into the Xcode console log viewer.

What languages does Shipbook SDK for iOS support?

Shipbook supports Swift logs and Objective-C logs, serving as a replacement for using "NSLog" and the "print" log. If you wish to have your own API, you can use a wrapper to call Shipbook's logs.

What are the advantages of using Shipbook as an iOS logging management tool?

Shipbook offers a sophisticated yet simple search, a patented system for log classification analysis, and an automatic alert system for identifying issues.

Does Shipbook Support Apple's Unified Logger?

Shipbook integrates with Apple’s Unified Logging System, enhancing your workflow by letting you utilize the familiar tools provided by Apple when your device is connected. This integration ensures a seamless transition between remote logging and local diagnostics, making Shipbook a versatile tool for developers who require both remote data collection and the capabilities of Apple’s native logging system.


Deep Dive into the Depths of Debugging

How to get crash logs from iOS device?

To collect logs from iOS devices, install the ShipBook SDK and use it to send the log file to the cloud. With ShipBook, you can analyze and search logs and exceptions in a focused and organized manner, all in real time and from anywhere. The platform allows associating logs with specific users and sessions, which facilitates identifying problems and improving the application.

Consumer's succes

At Bazaart we value customer experience above all. By being proactive and detecting issues with the help of Shipbook before they are being reported we are able to constantly improve our product and keep our users happy.

Bazaart keeps their users happy by regularly updating their product based on Shipbook’s error reporting

Dror Yaffe

Co-Founder Bazaart

A small percentage of issues in our app definitely couldn't have been solved without remote logging. When users report issues that don't crash and are hard to reproduce. Remote logging is the only feasible solution for efficient debugging.

Seeking a solution for capturing remote logs to analyze undetectable issues by other tools.

Tal Shrestha

Founder of Fusion Productions

Our primary, client facing, app is our Waste Tracker Android app. The app is fairly complex, with many integrations, and as such, remote logs are a complete necessity to understand what is happening at the moment.

An app log solution even less technical people can use

Dalibor Milasinovic

Senior Android Developer at Winnow

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