iOS/tvOS SDK Changelog #
Aug 10, 2020
- Fix web-thread-termination outcome tracking
- Exception logging for corrupt proxy invocations
- Better support for upstream ‘cmd’ renaming (ex: Flipper/Flex style swizzling)
Aug 6, 2020
- Improve crash linking reliability to sessions
- Fix compatibility with Firebase’s new crashlytics interface
Aug 4, 2020
- Fix threading crash in EMBStreamingBreadcrumbManager’s cache layer
- Apple TV compatible framework now included in release
July 27, 2020
- Use dispatch-io channels to improve performance and improve session resolution
- Update run.sh to support locally build framework dsyms
July 15, 2020
- Update run.sh to support multiple 3rd party source-built depdencies
- Expose all configuration options on EmbraceConfig object for documentation
- Update nullability hints for swift compatibility
4.2.3 (DOA) #
July 13, 2020
- Stop EMBProxy from invoking nil invocation
- Disable clean logging mode
4.2.1 (DOA) #
July 8, 2020
- Improved compatibility with SafeDK
- Report current crash handler in session to improve report collection and integrations
- Report terminated WKWebView content threads in session
- Process console logging data to improve crash report categorization
- Allow crash testing while connected to a debugger
May 14, 2020
- Improve HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) caching performance when using Embrace
May 12, 2020
- Improved Embrace Crash Reporting Auto-Enable Logic
April 27, 2020
- Improved retry logic
April 14, 2020
- New config property
DISABLED_URL_PATTERNSfilters network requests entirely from session
April 7, 2020
- Embrace Crash Tracking now enabled by default if no config is present and Crashlytics is not detected
- Fix crash in gathering app file usage data
March 27, 2020
- Improve caching of session properties to unblock React Native dev work
March 23, 2020
- Increases KSCrash string buffer to improve React Native crash collection
March 12, 2020
- Patched an invalid bitcode in the Embrace module from v4.1.9
March 12, 2020
- Added client-side session-to-crash liking for stack traces received from Crashlytics
Note: Please update to the latest SDK version if you’re on v4.1.9. There is a known bitcode error that is resolved in v4.1.10 and all subsequent updates
March 3, 2020
- Added support for React Native handled exceptions
Note: Please update to the latest SDK version if you’re on v4.1.8. There is a known bitcode error that is resolved in v4.1.10 and all subsequent updates
February 26, 2020
- Added swizzling around the
NSURLSession:SharedSessionobject to ensure we capture that traffic in all cases
February 11, 2020
- Disabled KSCrash tracking to work around a iOS 13.4-beta crash
- Added a custom view API (
endViewWithName) to allow tracking of custom view hierarchies
- Added session properties API (
removeSessionPropertyWithKey) to allow annotating the session with customized properties
- Restored ability to automatically track
DownloadTaskWithURLnetwork requests in iOS 13
January 15, 2020
- Temporarily reverted Carthage support in order to ensure AppStore compatibilities
January 14, 2020
- Improved SDK startup time
- Fixed crash when utilizing New Relic alongside Embrace for webkit tracking
- When using Crashlytics alongside Embrace, duplicate reports are no longer reported to Embrace when upload to Crashlytics fails
- Trimmed custom event property keys and values to 4096 characters
- Added ability to encrypt network body capture using a public key
November 20, 2019
- Fixed issue with capture of delegate-based NSURLSession calls and WKWebViews where a crash could occur if the instantiation of the network call or web view was short-lived.
November 19, 2019
- Added more logging to describe if the SDK can be disabled in certain circumstances.
November 13, 2019
- Fixed compatibility issue with Firebase App Performance that caused a crash when the SDK is started before Firebase.
- Improved RN crash reporting capabilities.
October 24, 2019
- Fixed issue with proxying of view and network delegates when no delegate is set.
- Added option to disable capture of tap coordinates.
- Limit custom view names to 64 characters.
October 14, 2019
- Apple started issuing warnings that apps using
UIWebViewwould be rejected in the future. If your team has not yet migrated to
WKWebViews, do not update past 3.7.0. We will support
UIWebViewsin SDK versions prior to 3.7.0.
- Fixed issue where delegate-based network calls could fail when the Firebase Performance SDK was installed and initialized before the Embrace SDK.
- Added support for custom view names. Instead of having the default view controller names specified in timelines, you can now define custom names.
- Added support to skip capture of views. If certain views are not of interest, they can now be ignored.
- Added support for React Native crashes.
- Added support for improved React Native log stack traces.
- Added support for upload of React Native source maps to the upload script.
August 2, 2019
- Added option to auto-end startup moment after a certain time.
- Disabled by default. Auto-end can be enabled via the SDK or remotely to end the startup after a time period.
- Emit a console log warning if Crashlytics is started before Embrace.
- Associate user info that was set during a session with that session, even if it was cleared before the session ended.
- User ids and info are ‘sticky’ to a session even if cleared at the end of the session.
- Added optional argument to
endSessionmethod to clear user info when ending the session.
July 22, 2019
- Allow developers to pass and capture trace IDs from network request headers and have them be displayed in the session timeline for the network request.
- Added additional timing-related data to network body capture payload.
- Fixed potential race condition for ending moments.
- Renamed manual network capture class initializers to be more in line with Swift conventions.
July 15, 2019
EmbraceNetworkRequestclass to allow manual capture of network requests. The SDK is capable of automatically capturing the majority of REST network calls made by applications, but this new method allows recording of network requests that are not automatically captured, such as gRPC requests.
- Removed the restriction that the SDK must be initialized before username, email, or user ID are set.
- Eliminated redundant network call to Embrace that contained data that is now provided to us as part of other network calls.
- Gracefully handle multiple calls to start the SDK. We now ignore all except for the first one.
July 10, 2019
- Added option for developers to track app launch methods (ex. background states) which we will later make visible on our dashboard.
- Adjusted our iOS network capturing logic to streamline call collection.