Build a custom New Relic One application

New Relic gives you a framework for building your own React JavaScript applications that:

  • Reside on the New Relic One platform, alongside your other New Relic dashboards and data.
  • Feature visualizations that you've tailored specifically for your organization.
  • Display data from any source you want, whether from a New Relic-monitored entity or data from another service or API.

To start building, go to our developer site.

New Relic One: a programmable platform

At New Relic, we strive to have an out-of-the-box user experience that provides optimal value for all users. But we also know that some organizations have unique business needs that can’t be met with our standard visualization options.

Now, we give you control over the fundamental building blocks of our New Relic One platform. Using the same tools our engineers use to build New Relic One, you can build custom applications that align with your unique organizational structure and business needs. If you know how to use React, GraphQL, and NRQL (our query language), building a simple application will take you only a few minutes.

Combined with our other offerings, New Relic can help you solve any data-driven challenge, no matter how complex. You can:

If your visualization needs are relatively simple, consider using custom charts and custom dashboards.

programmable-ui-intro-image.png Here’s an example of a custom application built on New Relic One. This application gives a highly detailed analysis of a website, using the PageView events reported from New Relic Browser. See more example applications.

Requirements, security, support

For feature requirements and notes on support and security, see Requirements.

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Features of New Relic One applications

If you can imagine it, you can build it on New Relic One. New Relic One is a programmable platform that lets you:

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For more help

If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources: