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Implement react native firebase crashlytics on android

setup firebase crashlytics for your react native application.

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What is Firebase Crashlytics

Firebase Crashlytics helps you track, prioritize, and fix stability issues that erode app quality, in realtime. Spend less time triaging and troubleshooting crashes and more time building app features that delight users.

— Firebase Crashlytics

Setup Firebase Project

Go To Firebase console and create a new project

follow the image when you want to see the steps of creating a Firebase project.

  • Click on Create A Project button to firebase journey
  • Write your project name, acept term & condtion and click on continue
  • Click on continue button
  • choose your google account & Click on continue button
  • firebase project ready to use

Follow original documentation For

  1. Configure Android with Firebase
  2. Configure Android with Firebase Crashlytics

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