To log in production code is to expose your apps’ inner secrets. One tends to log information that is of maximum value for the developer(s), but that can also be of great value for a person with malicious intent. Let’s not do that.
The developer guide on preparing an .apk for release is clear on the point that no
Log() statements should be left in any source file that is to be released for production. But we don’t want to manually delete all
Log() statements prior to each release. Let’s take a look at how we can keep all logging code without exposing ourselves to the outside world.
Questions on the topic of how and where to start coding are not uncommon. I get them sometimes, and maybe you have been asked (or have asked them!) as well. This text is to help both the people asking and the people being asked.
I myself started with...
When I started working on Via a couple of years back I was pretty new to the iOS development experience. It was a hobby project and not intended for others, rather I just wanted to put something together for my own somewhat niched travelling needs...