Google Firebase gets predictions, Crashlytics integration and a new A/B testing service

Google Firebase gets predictions, Crashlytics integration and a new A/B testing service

November 1st, 2017
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Firebase is now Google’s platform for developers who need a backend and

other services to build, run and manage their mobile and web apps.


														
							
 Today, at an event in Amsterdam, the company announced a wide range of updates to the platform that touch many of the service’s core features. These include an upcoming integration with the crash-reporting tool Crashlytics, which Google acquired when it bought Fabric from Twitter earlier this year; an improved Cloud Messaging API; the launch of Firebase Predictions for bringing Google’s AI smarts to customer analytics; and a redesigned console for managing projects across their life cycle.
Because Firebase has become more of a platform over the course of its recent releases, this also means that developers will now be able to build the crash reports into their workflows by connecting them to the Cloud Functions for Firebaseserverless platform for further analysis, for example.
Developers who want to get an early peek at what this will look like can opt in to get early access here.
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