We recently introduced reverse geocoding into Exceptionless and are now adding features to make full use of it.
What we’d like to do in this blog article is walk any interested developers through the process of adding it to their own app.
We’ll talk about the resources and services we’re using to pull it off, why we chose them, and give you code snippets for implementation. It’s all open source, so we’ve also included links to all the relevant code in hopes it will make your life easier!
Lets check it out.
What is Reverse Geocoding?
Today we bring you a case study from the founder of Referral Rock and serial entrepreneur, Joshua Ho.
Referral Rock is a referral platform for small businesses that Josh created after he “… realized small businesses lacked the tools to make a customer referral program work.” The app allows businesses to easily and effectively create, implement, and administer a rock-solid referral program to help grow their business.
Exceptionless recently became a part of Referral Rock’s exception reporting and logging toolkit, replacing Joshua’s home-grown exception logging solutions, and here are his thoughts!
To many, this feature may be the missing piece… that connection you’ve always wanted to make between users, bugs, exceptions, app events, etc. I’m talking about, of course, user session tracking!
That’s right, you can now use Exceptionless to track users as they use your app, which of course will come in super handy when you want to know exactly what they did to stumble upon or cause an error or trigger an event.
Continue reading to learn more about sessions and how you can enable them for your apps.