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Installing Bugfender on an iOS Extension
Installing Bugfender on an iOS Extension

Today Widgets, Custom Keyboards, iMessage extensions and Sticker Packs, Siri Intents, Share Extensions and more...

Jordi Giménez avatar
Written by Jordi Giménez
Updated over a week ago

The iOS SDK installation instructions indicate you should place your initialization code in your App Delegate's application(_:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:) method. However, if your application contains Extensions, this method will not be called when running in the context of your Extensions.

In the case of Extensions, you will need to install Bugfender in your Extension's entry point. For example, for a Today Widget, you will need to place it in TodayViewController.initWithCoder() .

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