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iOS agent release notesRSS

May 1, 2015
iOS agent v5.0.1

Fixes

  • Corrects an issue where Session events may not have been sent to New Relic Insights.

iOS agent v5.0.0

Improvements

Insights for Mobile

This release introduces Insights for New Relic Mobile. 

The iOS SDK now automatically records Session, Interaction, and Crash events in New Relic Insights. After upgrading to this release, you will be able to build queries and dashboards in Insights with the new Mobile event type. All events include attributes reflecting session and unique install identifiers, device, OS, geography, duration and other data. See the Insights documentation for a description of Mobile attributes and Insights usage details.

Custom events

In addition to the standard events available in Insights, you can now record custom events. Custom events have a name and set of key:value attributes, perfect for capturing usage, monetization, and custom performance data. Custom events are also available in Insights. See the Mobile Custom Event documentation for details.

Custom attributes

In addition to event-specific attributes, this release provides support for install-scoped attributes. An attribute recorded in the app will be attached to every Session, Interaction, Crash, and Custom event reported from that instance of the app. Custom attributes are perfect for tracking durable information like account id, campaign origin, subscription level, etc. See the Mobile Custom Attribute documentation for details. 

The iOS API documentation includes details on sending custom events and attributes to Insights.

April 23, 2015
iOS agent v4.186.1

Fixes

  • Addresses a compatibility issue that could result in a crash when using Swift 1.2 and Xcode 6.3

January 29, 2015
iOS agent v4.186

Notes

Fixes

  • Addresses a potential crash in a rare case when attempting to capture data from a metadata file that is empty.
  • Corrects an issue with custom interaction names that may not have been displayed properly.
  • Fixes an issue where duplicate data may have been recorded from from NSURLSession.

January 26, 2015
iOS agent v4.174

Notes

Fixes

  • Fixes a potential crash in UIImage constructor instrumentation.

January 8, 2015
iOS agent v4.155

Notes

Fixes

  • Corrects a potential crash when an instrumented init method releases the self pointer or sets the self pointer to nil before invoking a superclass method.

December 18, 2014
iOS agent v4.152

Notes

Improvements

  • Improved network instrumentation performance resulting from a change in the way we detect the network connection type, which also prevents the potential for a deadlock under high concurrency.
  • The agent will raise an exception with detailed information in the event it detects a fatal conflict where another library interferes with our code instrumentation.

Fixes

  • Resolves an issue with ASI instrumentation that could cause a crash when receiving certain network level errors.
  • Resolves a deadlock scenario that could occur during certain high-load circumstances. 
  • Fixes an issue where heavy network load could potentially cause the OS Reachability functionality to hang, forcing the OS to terminate the app on launch. 
  • NewRelic.h was updated to correct syntax issues causing compiler warnings.

November 21, 2014
iOS agent v4.139

Notes

Improvements

  • Improved logging to identify when crash reporting is disabled during debugging.
  • You can now disable the capture of the HTTP response body for requests by calling the disableFeature method and passing the flag NRMAFeatureFlag_httpResponseCapture.
  • Added support for the armv7s architecture as it is not available in Xcode 6.
  • The SDK was updated to accept the HTTP method in the signature of the [NewRelic noticeNetworkRequestForURL] and [NewRelic noticeNetworkFailureForURL] methods allowing more detailed information to be collected.
  • The version of the New Relic iOS agent was added to the comments in NewRelic.h for convenience.

Fixes

  • Corrected a potentially crashing situation when calling [NewRelic noticeNetworkRequestForURL].
  • Updated SDK to include iOS agent symbols in crash reports that may include New Relic code.
  • Removed potential deadlock on main thread for reachability requests by moving reachability flags off the main thread.
  • Resolves a crashing issue with Swift related to cases where class_getSuperClass() was called with the root Swift class.

October 8, 2014
iOS agent v4.8.3

Notes

Improvements

  • Crash reporting
    • This release introduces crash reporting for mobile apps. Crash reporting supports capture and reporting of unhandled Objective-C runtime exceptions as well as native crashes like segfaults and bus errors.
    • Crashes include Interaction trails: a history of automatically instrumented actions that occurred during the app session leading up to the crashing event. No breadcrumbs needed.
    • The SDK includes a [NewRelic crashNow] method to trigger a test crash quickly and easily.
    • When an app is built for release, the debugging symbols are sent to New Relic (via a dSYM file) to automatically provide human-readable crash reports in the UI.
  • Swift app compatibility
    • This release can be safely included in Swift applications. While we do not yet support instrumentation of Swift code, the New Relic SDK is now capable of instrumenting the Objective-C code included in your Swift app.
  • More configuration options
    • An expanded runtime configuration API now supports disabling of crash reporting and interaction tracing, as well as enabling experimental Swift instrumentation for dynamically invoked methods.

September 12, 2014
iOS agent v3.412

Notes

Fixes

  • Fixed minor memory leak caused by network instrumentation.
  • Fixed a bug where network data was missing from interaction traces.

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