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@datadog/mobile-react-native-apollo-client

v2.3.2

Published

A client-side React Native module to interact with Apollo Client and Datadog

Downloads

1,954

Readme

React-Native Monitoring for @apollo/client

Overview

Monitor your GraphQL resources with Real User Monitoring (RUM) and perform the following:

  • Identify GraphQL queries and mutations
  • Identify GraphQL variables used in queries and mutations

RUM supports GraphQL requests created using @apollo/client.

Setup

Prerequisites

Set up the RUM React Native SDK on your mobile React Native application. For more information, see RUM React Native Monitoring.

Add @apollo/client to your application following the official installation documentation.

Instrument your ApolloClient

Migrate to HttpLink

If you initialize your ApolloClient with the uri parameter, initialize it with a HttpLink:

import { ApolloClient, HttpLink } from '@apollo/client';

// before
const apolloClient = new ApolloClient({
    uri: 'https://my.api.com/graphql'
});

// after
const apolloClient = new ApolloClient({
    link: new HttpLink({ uri: 'https://my.api.com/graphql' })
});

Use the Datadog Apollo Client Link to collect information

Import DatadogLink from @datadog/mobile-react-native-apollo-client and use it in your ApolloClient initialization:

import { ApolloClient, from, HttpLink } from '@apollo/client';
import { DatadogLink } from '@datadog/mobile-react-native-apollo-client';

const apolloClient = new ApolloClient({
    link: from([
        new DatadogLink(),
        new HttpLink({ uri: 'https://my.api.com/graphql' }) // always in last position
    ])
});

For more information on Apollo Client Links, refer to the official documentation.

Removing GraphQL information

Use a resourceEventMapper in your Datadog configuration to remove sensitive data from GraphQL variables:

const datadogConfiguration = new DatadogProviderConfiguration(
    '<CLIENT_TOKEN>',
    '<ENVIRONMENT_NAME>',
    '<RUM_APPLICATION_ID>',
    true,
    true,
    true
);

datadogConfiguration.resourceEventMapper = event => {
    // Variables are stored in event.context['_dd.graphql.variables'] as a JSON string when present
    if (event.context['_dd.graphql.variables']) {
        const variables = JSON.parse(event.context['_dd.graphql.variables']);
        if (variables.password) {
            variables.password = '***';
        }
        event.context['_dd.graphql.variables'] = JSON.stringify(variables);
    }

    return event;
};