Function failures in iOS and iPadOS apps refer to instances where specific code-level functions do not execute properly or as intended, which can be caused by multiple reasons. The Finotes Framework provides the ability to track and report individual functions by utilizing the Fn.call API or the Fn.start and Fn.end APIs.
When a function is tracked, any issue that prevents it from being executed will be reported, allowing developers to investigate and fix the underlying problems.
Function failures in iOS and iPadOS apps can occur for a variety of reasons. Some common causes include delayed execution, exceptions thrown during runtime, and incorrect return values. Identifying the specific reason for a function's failure is critical for developers to effectively debug and resolve the issue.
The issue report will provide a detailed description of what went wrong during the tracked function execution, along with the return types and their values. The data points will include a list of individual parameters and their types passed to the function during runtime.