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Whether you are creating an application for the general public, or for your employees, one of the most important things is to make sure the are stable. If your app is unstable, people won’t be able to use it effectively at all. Plus, downtime for an app can be incredibly expensive, so you want to avoid it if at all possible.

App crashes, especially ones with an unknown origin, can lead to dozens of hours of stress, hard work and hardships to fix. You want your app to be consistent, both for the sake of you and your target audience. This article will look at a few ways to ensure that your app is as stable as possible.

Monitor Errors in Real Time

The enemies of a stable app are errors or other bugs. We have all had that one app that we loved, but simply had to uninstall or stop using due to constant crashes or errors. While fixing errors is one thing, you should be monitoring errors and do your best to correct them before they ever reach the consumer of the app.

In order to successfully monitor errors, you need to not only be monitoring your app and it’s performance, but you should also keep a detailed log of all of your data and information so you can try see where, why and how the error took place. Without doing this, you risk a lot more downtime, which could prove costly.

If you want to learn more about managing your logs in Windows Event Log, be sure to check out this link: Windows Logging

Test it on Many Different Networks

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Depending on how taxing your app is, or whether it is connected to the internet or not, may have an effect on it’s stability. For example, it may function incredibly well on a good network, but might suffer some blips and other issues on a poor network. Because of this, you will need to have it tested on many different networks to ensure it works.

Not everyone operates in the same quality of network that you work in, so if you only test there, you might get a skewed vision of how good your app is. If you find your app is crashing all the time or experiencing errors in poor networks, you should be sure to make changes so that everyone can utilize the app, not just those with awesome internet. The last thing you want to do is essentially restrict certain people from using your app at its highest quality.

Ensure that It Works on Different Devices

The way people are taking in data and browsing the internet is changing. Whereas most used to sit on their desktop or laptop to browse the internet, now, the majority of people are actually using mobile devices. As a result, people will be checking your app on a wide variety of different devices, and you want to make sure it works on most of them, as getting it to work on all of them will be tough.

Sometimes testing can be expensive, as you don’t likely have all the devices with you, but there are a variety of mobile app testing services that could most certainly help you out. These services will be able to make sure the app works well, while also offering other helpful critiquing and criticisms.

In conclusion, we hope that this article has helped to come up with tips and ways to ensure that your app is as stable as possible.