Monday, 10 August 2015

Fabric- Twitter's new App Dev Platform- with Bear Douglas, Developer relations chief


My video with Bear Douglas, Twitter's Fabric Developer Relations in Chief on Twitter’s #Fabric, a new paradigm for the “don’t know tech” tech entrepreneurs to build, grow & make money on apps. 

This was @Twitter’s first event in India, #TwitterFlock, targeted at mobile developers and startups in the country. I was a part of the 250 participants @Bangalore to interact with Twitter’s developer team.In my video with Fabric’s head of developer relations, Bear Douglas, we talk about Fabric’s features- in essence, it has three components
  1. Crashalytics for app testing: While some of the companies have integrated tweets into their app to power content through important events, others use Crashlytics to resolve bugs, crashes and to improve the app’s stability. Crashlytics is used by +1Million apps
  2. Twitter Kit for Distribution (Growth, engagement and retention)Answers -Implementing tools to understand your app's growth can be a time-consuming and cumbersome process. Answers streamlines the setup of understanding your app's key growth and retention metrics -- with no impact on performance. With Digits SDK, you can make your onboarding flow dead simple for your users by enabling them to login and signup using their phone number -- an identity that they already use everyday. 
  3. MoPub for Ad Revenue - MoPub drives revenue. You can use Twitters advertisers, or your preferred ad networks on their marketplace.
Links
http://yourstory.com/2015/05/twitter-fabric-startups-app-developers-india/

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