Has anyone got the Fabric / Crashlytics plugin to work? Using the (minimal and very poor) documentation found here: https://scotth.tech/plugin-fabric we have yet to be able to record any errors using the recordError() API. Calling this function returns nothing in the console and no data appears in Crashlytics.
It took us a month but another user let us know that the only way to register your application with Crashlytics so this plugin works is to manually install the Android Studio, create a project with the same build ID as the app you want to use the Fabric / Crashlytics plugin, then register THAT application in Crashlytics. Only then will data from the Fabric / Crashlytics plugin start sending to Crashlytics, and still never through the recordError() API. NONE of this documentated anywhere and if it wasn't for someone else on these forums who pointed us this convulated way of making this PAID plugin work we'd have nothing to show for our efforts.
We've tried using the author's sample application (which only uses 2 of the 20 or so API calls he documents, and none of the Crashlytics ones) which does nothing but initialize the plugin and call the API... and still nothing. Here's the link to the code we used: https://www.protectedtext.com/crashlyticsforscott
Our requests for support to the author (Scott) go weeks without answer. We've tried forum posts, forum private messages, emails, and his Google Forms request. His post in the forums tell people to use the Google Forms, yet his website points to the Corona forums.
If ANYONE has been able to get errors reported through this plugin we would deeply, deeply appreciate it if you could tell us. Scott, PLEASE ASSIST. Otherwise we've lost weeks of effort and the cost of this paid community plugin for nothing. Sorry for the frustration, but the state of Corona plugins is so disappointing. You can spend hundreds on paid "professional" plugins just for them to crash or straight up be incomplete.