Feature Usage Reporting in Early Access Programs

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 05 Oct 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

After doing Web development, you can get very used to the luxury of having basic information about your users' machines and browsers. With their permission, you can also get the same information from an application, and can even get more targeted anonymous information that will tell you how the features are used. Kevin explains how this can be used with early access builds to improve the reliability and usability of applications....

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