Thank you for participating in our React Native beta! We have ended the beta period. As of July 1, 2020, your React Native agent data will no longer appear in your New Relic apps, and support will end on August 1, 2020. To avoid potential errors, be sure to remove the agent from your apps before then. For more information, see New Relic's Explorers Hub post.
When developing mobile apps with React Native, major challenges include:
- Improving performance
- Keeping a consistent user flow across iOS and Android platforms without crashes
Web developers now directed to build and support the associated mobile apps may think, "The app is slow and sometimes crashes, but you know, that happens." But crashes and errors can quickly drive away your customers. To monitor performance before problems occur, and to troubleshoot crashes if they do occur, use New Relic Mobile's React Native agent.
Why it matters
React Native's ability to use the same language to develop for any mobile platform is powerful: write once, use everywhere. But that versatility comes at a cost. Performance and stability take a big hit if disregarded, and monitoring both factors across platforms can be challenging.
New Relic Mobile offers a flexible and extensible agent, which extends from iOS and Android to React Native. Mobile React Native ensures the same levels of data security that our other Mobile products provide.
|What you can do||Why it matters|
|Get actionable data.||
Regardless of whether your apps are for iOS or Android users, easy installation gets you up and running quickly. Use our automatic instrumentation and UI to monitor your current mobile app performance. This helps you more easily see (not guess) where there are opportunities to improve and optimize performance.
|Add custom data (breadcrumbs, sessions, interactions, and other custom events).||
By using the default data that New Relic automatically provides and supplementing it with your own key performance indicators, you can focus on the most important parts of your application's flow. For example:
|Troubleshoot and prevent problems.||
With notifications about critical situations from New Relic Alerts, you can investigate and resolve problems before they impact your customers.
|Query and explore your data.||
Having a wealth of mobile app data is useful, but what do you do with it? Query your data with NRQL, and share the results visually with charts and dashboards. Showing other teams and decision makers what you're monitoring will help them understand and prioritize improvements for your organization's overall end user experience.
Used separately or together, these tools help you to clearly understand which users are affected and to prioritize your issues with data-driven decisions.
- Understand how many app versions, devices, and users are affected by crashes and JS errors.
- Filter and facet crash and error information to gain a deeper understanding of common problems.
- Dive in deeper to a specific crash or error, and use these symbolicated errors to pinpoint the exact location of a crash, rather than spending precious time looking through logs.
- Use the stack trace and event trail to understand what the app and the user were doing before the crash or error occurred.
You can also add custom events and custom attributes for improved filtering.
Get started with the React Native agent
Ready to get started? Make sure your mobile application meets the compatibility and requirements for the React Native agent, then follow the installation procedures. Within a few minutes, you will be able to view data from your application in your New Relic account's UI.
New to developing mobile applications? Check out our mobile developer's tools reference.