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Fabric

A new suite of cross-platform mobile development tools from Twitter that helps developers solve several common challenges. Fabric is comprised of all seven of Twitter’s SDKs organised into three distinct ‘Kits’: the Crashlytics Kit, the Twitter Kit, and the MoPub Kit, covering crash reporting, testing before going live, driving downloads, onboarding new users, social features, understanding your apps√¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s growth and monetisation. It’s also really easy to incorporate the tools using a Mac app that integrates with Xcode to walk you through the steps required.

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