As mobile device developers create applications, they release them to the world, and inevitably, problems develop that engineers must strive to fix. Mobile.dev, a new startup from a former Uber engineer, wants to change that story and catch bugs before the app launches. เกม slotxo
Today, the company emerged from stealth with a beta version of its solution and an initial investment of $ 3 million led by Cowboy Ventures with the participation of multiple technology luminaries.
While at Uber, the company's CEO and co-founder, Leland Takamine, says he observed this workflow where an app was launched to the world, a company set up tools to monitor the app, and then worked to fix the problem.
as users reported problems. or the monitoring software picked them up. At Uber, they started building tools to try to detect pre-production problems.When mobile.dev started with COO Jacob Krupski, the goal was to create something like this,
but for all companies, regardless of size. "The idea we had was that anything we could do to detect problems before launching an application was 100 times more valuable than anything that can be monitored in production," Takamine told me.