Logify Alert allows you to export required crash reports to GitHub issues. By default, sent issues contain the application name, version (if specified) and a list of exceptions.
Note: Logify Alert uses the OAuth authentication to integrate with GitHub. This means that you do not have to share any personal information (your GitHub login and password) with our service.
Set up the Integration
To set up the integration with GitHub, follow the steps below.
Open the Settings tab and select an application to be set up.
Select the Integrations | GitHub node.
Click Sign in to GitHub to log into GitHub.
Click the Authorize DevExpress button.
Select the required repository to which issues should be sent.
Provide public link to crash report - Select to publish a link to a crash report within a GitHub issue and allow all users to explore report content in read-only mode. Otherwise, this link is available only for current Logify Alert subscription members according to their access permissions.
Click Save to save changes. To detach the settings group from the specified repository, click Delete.
Click Share to share the specified account's credentials among several Logify Alert applications.
Click Revoke to revoke the generated access token and clear corresponding settings.
Export Reports from Details
After that, Logify Alert will add the drop-down Export to box to the Report Details. So, to export the required report, open the report's details and click Export to | GitHub.
To view your GitHub issues, use a link similar to one below.
Also, you can set up notifications sent to other communication systems. For more information on available settings, refer to the Set up the Application section.