Views

Pulse for mobile - Views

The Views tab shows statistics about commonly used views within your application.

Most viewed table

The Most viewed table lists all the views in your application in the order of the number of times each one has been viewed.

  • View displays the name of the view. This will be the controller name in iOS, and the activity name in Android. Clicking the view name will drill down to a page detailing more information about the usage of that view (see more below).
  • Users is the total number of unique users that have seen this view within the current time range.
  • Sessions is the number of sessions that have included this view within the current time range.
  • Views is the total number times that this view has been seen within the current time range. The table is ordered by this value.

Frequent last views table

This table shows the views that have been the very last view that a user has seen within the current time range. This could be used to see if there are any common views that are causing users to stop using your application.

  • View displays the name of the view. This will be the controller name in iOS, and the activity name in Android. Clicking the view name will drill down to a page detailing more information about the usage of that view (see more below).
  • Users is the number of users that saw this as the very last view they saw within the current time range. The table is ordered by this value.

Inspect the usage of a view

Clicking the name of a view anywhere within the Pulse for mobile dashboard will bring you to a page containing more fine grained information about that view.

Average load times distribution chart

The fastest 10%, slowest 10% and average 80% are highlighted. This is a useful way to see the differences between the fastest and slowest load times, and to check whether any actions should be taken to reduce the load differences.

Click the cog icon on the upper right corner to enable optional settings:

  • Logarithmic Scale: If the data has a large range of average load times with outliers, viewing the data with this turned on will make the graph easier to read.
  • Hide 10% slowest: If the slowest 10% of average load times is significantly higher than the average and fastest load times, turning this option on will make it easier to view the average and fastest data, by removing the outliers.

Time spent on view chart

This chart simply shows the average time spent on this view over time. The 'logarithmic scale' option in the top right corner of this chart is useful if there are large out lying data points squashing the rest of the data.

Usage per version table

This table shows usage statistics of the view across the latest versions. The versions are ordered with the most recent version first so that you can easily compare how well they are doing. The data for all these statistics are filtered by the current time range

  • Version is the version number of your application which automatically gets picked up by the Raygun provider in your application.
  • % of sessions is the percentage of all the sessions for this version which included the view.
  • % of users is the percentage of all the unique users using this version that saw the view.
  • Average time spent is the average time users spent on this view across every occurrence of seeing this view in this version.

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