These are chat archives for SudoPlz/react-native-bugsnag

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Jul 2016
Ioannis Kokkinidis
@SudoPlz
Jul 02 2016 00:11
@joshuapinter First commit uploaded lets start from that.
Joshua Pinter
@joshuapinter
Jul 02 2016 17:13
@SudoPlz Awesome. Jean-Richard added too.
Ioannis Kokkinidis
@SudoPlz
Jul 02 2016 22:25
@joshuapinter I issued a new commit on which I catch all the javascript errors and send them to the native part of our lib.
Joshua Pinter
@joshuapinter
Jul 02 2016 22:26
@SudoPlz Awesome. Just taking a break for dinner and then I'll have a looksy.
Ioannis Kokkinidis
@SudoPlz
Jul 02 2016 22:26
Sure
Ioannis Kokkinidis
@SudoPlz
Jul 02 2016 23:55
I was thinking since we should force the user to provide his Bugsnag api key to the Info.plist and read it from there instead of passing it through javascript.
Also I already added some native code, I hope it helps !
Joshua Pinter
@joshuapinter
Jul 02 2016 23:57
Yeah. Was thinking the same thing. I was also thinking of prompting the user for their code during install with rnpm: https://github.com/rnpm/rnpm#params
But haven't tested it out before so we'll see how it all comes together.
Ioannis Kokkinidis
@SudoPlz
Jul 02 2016 23:57
That sounds really cool, never seen that in any library till now, but I'm definitely interested.
Joshua Pinter
@joshuapinter
Jul 02 2016 23:57
Currently trying to find the best way to get the required Bugsnag packages installed. Did you use CocoaPods or manual install?
Ioannis Kokkinidis
@SudoPlz
Jul 02 2016 23:58
Well I totally dropped CocoaPods when it comes to react-native, because I always end up facing weird errors. Nowdays I use rnpm for everything (or manually).
But I think we should probably support Cocoapods too
Joshua Pinter
@joshuapinter
Jul 02 2016 23:59
Yeah, I never use CocoaPods. So did you do the manual install for iOS BugSnag lib? http://docs.bugsnag.com/platforms/ios-objc/#manual-installation