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Callbacks

Covered here are callbacks that you can use to have a block of code executed when a certain action is triggered.

Avoiding Memory Leaks

These APIs hold the callbacks in a strong reference, so we strongly suggest to avoid registering callbacks without unregistering them when needed, as it may cause a memory leak.

Before Invoking Instabug

This block is executed on the UI thread. You can use it to perform any UI changes before the SDK's UI is shown.

BugReporting.setOnInvokeCallback(new OnInvokeCallback() {
            @Override
            public void onInvoke() {
               //do something
            }
};

Before Sending a Report

This block is executed in the background before sending each report. You can use it to attach logs and extra data to reports.

Instabug.onReportSubmitHandler(new Report.OnReportCreatedListener() {
            @Override
            public void onReportCreated(Report report) {
                
            }
        };

After Dismissing Instabug

This block is executed on the UI thread. You can use it to perform any UI changes after the SDK's UI has been dismissed.

BugReporting.setOnDismissCallback(new OnSdkDismissCallback() {
            @Override
            public void call(DismissType issueState, ReportType reportType) {
                
            }
        });

What's Next

Check out our attachments section for details on how to attach your own file. You can even attach a file in one of the callbacks above! You can also set custom data, such as a user attribute, at any time, including inside callbacks. Logging user events in callbacks is also possible.

Attachments
Setting Custom Data
Report Logs

Callbacks


Covered here are callbacks that you can use to have a block of code executed when a certain action is triggered.

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