Twitter took one giant step closer to the big boys this week when they held their first developer conference in San Francisco. The event was appropriately called Flight and from there Twitter launched Fabric. (I’d love to see a list of the names they discarded before landing on that one! Why didn’t they call it Nest or Perch or Birdbath . . )
Fabric is a modular, mobile platform that’s supposed to help developers create better apps – and in turn, make more ad money with those apps.
The platform has four features that are. . . what’s the word I’m looking for. . . uneven?
It starts with stability and a bug detector called Crashlytics. The tool helps developers detect a problem, locate the root and repair it faster so you can “spend less time debugging and more time focused on building great apps.”