If you use RxJava2, you know the StackTrace it builds will tell you very little when an exception happens.
Whether you handle the exception or let it crash your app, RxJava2Debug will give you a clear and precise StackTrace pointing to the exact line of code which caused the exception.
In-App Android Debugging Tool With Enhanced Logging, Networking Info, Crash reporting And More.
The debugger tool for Android developer. Display logs, network request, while using the app. Easy accessible with its bubble head button :radio_button:. Easy to integrate in any apps, to handle development or testing apps easier. First version, there is plenty of room for improvement.
This lightweight library provides visual alerts to developers and QA when an issue happens during development / testing phase.
In traditional android development, when an issue occurs, we use logs to dump the unexpected state or exception trace. Printing to logcat is not enough at times as:
Using this library, you can provide visual warning to the developer / QA when something goes wrong on your test or internal builds so that critical issues can be highlighted as and when they happen.
Android Snooper is a HTTP inspector which leverages the interceptor mechanism provided by HTTP client and records all the HTTP calls made by the app. It then opens up an Activity to see the detailed history of HTTP calls made on
onShake(When user shakes his device) event.
DebugOverlay is an Android library that allows developers to easily add custom overlay window/view for debugging purpose.
You can use it to show some performance related metrics such as cpu, memory, and fps. Or you can show logcat messages within your app for light debugging.
This library is fully customizable in terms of what you can show on the overlay. If you want to show something other than what's being provided, please go ahead and create your own overlay module!
Under the Hood is a flexible and powerful Android debug view library. It uses a modular template system that can be easily extended to your needs, although coming with many useful elements built-in.
There is a lot of "default" debug data that can be easily embedded (e.g. current runtime-permission status, app version and device info). There are 2 basic themes (dark and light) which can be customized to your needs.
Android DebugPort allows you to write and execute code within your app's context, at runtime, and from the comfort of your desktop computer's terminal. Think of it as a window into your application through which you can both inspect and modify its state.
A simple Android library to create Debugging menu.
Debot offers features that are useful to debug Android applications. Those features can be added to any activity that has the toolbar menu. Also, developers can easily add their own custom debugging features with simple steps.
In your applications you often need to change certain configuration settings, monitor internal state or simply try to understand what, DebugDrawer allows you to easily add a slide out drawer with the ability to do this. Classes are provided to allow you to easily create your own additions to customize to your needs.
A powerful debug module that is fully pluggable, extendable, and very useful. It enables you to create your own
Critter that contain UI elements which enable you configure your application on the fly.
It also can inject a right-facing
DrawerLayout into your activity on top of all other content, making it very unobtrusive and accessible from everywhere within your application.
Stetho is a sophisticated debug bridge for Android applications. When enabled, developers have access to the Chrome Developer Tools feature natively part of the Chrome desktop browser. Developers can also choose to enable the optional dumpapp tool which offers a powerful command-line interface to application internals.