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Get an error notification with a single line of code.
Bugfender Issues create trackable ticket-like items for sessions that contain errors. You can create an Issue from any event, such as a user submitting a support form or a known failed assertion in your code.
Create an issue with a single line of code like this:
Bugfender.sendIssue( "Something's Wrong", "Details of the error here..." )
For more information, see our SDK documentation for iOS and Android.
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