iOS

Analyze the impact of backend services on your Android and iOS apps

One of the big advantages of Dynatrace is its full-stack approach to monitoring. Dynatrace monitoring enables you to analyze how backend problems affect the customer experience your customers. Dynatrace OneAgent for Android and iOS injects an HTTP header into each request that’s sent by your mobile app. OneAgent—which runs on the backend—picks up this header information and uses it to correlate each web request with a specific user action and… read more

OneAgent & Security Gateway – Release notes v1.117

OneAgent Java Support for Mongo Async driver .NET .NET Core Beta support for Windows Node.js Redis support Nginx Support for Nginx Plus R12 was added General improvements and fixes Injection into Docker 1.12+ installed from RPM Support for Fedora 25 Detection of Couchbase, CouchDB, RabbitMQ, and Riak based on code paths (only from the -pa command line parameter, not the ERL_LIBS environment variable) Docker plugin support for 1.13.1 For Docker… read more

Monitor performance of iOS and Android mobile-app user actions

Now you can analyze the performance and frequency of individual mobile-app user actions in real time on the new User actions tab! Immediately after instrumenting your iOS or Android mobile app, Dynatrace OneAgent automatically identifies the top user actions that your app relies on. User actions such as app startup, page loads, and even user clicks within the app are monitored out of the box. Why user action performance… read more

Real-time crash-rate detection for iOS and Android mobile-app versions

There’s nothing more disastrous for a mobile-app publisher than a new version release with a high crash rate. If your latest app release results in a high number of crashes, you’re guaranteed of providing your users with poor user experience—and a good reason for them to give your app a negative marketplace review. This is why the latest release of Dynatrace provides automatic detection of unusually high crash rates within… read more

Mobile HTTP request performance & error rates

The user experience of your iOS and Android apps depends largely on the performance of your app’s web requests. Slowly reacting app pages are often caused by low-performing web requests that call third-party providers—such as Facebook or Twitter—or your own backend services. High error rates are often the cause of missing data on app pages. Even high crash rates can be caused by your app not gracefully handling missing data. All… read more

iOS and Android mobile app monitoring (beta)

We’re happy to announce that Ruxit now provides mobile application monitoring for iOS and Android! You can now seamlessly monitor the user experience of your mobile apps in the context of your backend services. Ruxit mobile application monitoring enables you to monitor the stability, performance, and usage of your mobile apps in real-time. The new Mobile app dashboard tile provides you with a quick overview of the number of users and percentage of crash-free users who… read more