iOS: Supported controls

With the iOS SDK, you can track every navigation choice, every touched button, and the contents of every field.

List of supported controls

  • SegmentBar
  • StatusBar
  • UIActivityIndicator
  • UIAlertController - Gestures are not captured when using UIAlertController.
  • UIAlertView
  • UIButton
  • UICollectionView
  • UIDatePicker
  • UIImageView
  • UILabel
  • UINavigationView - Basic navigation bar support only.
  • UIPageControl
  • UIPickerView
  • UIProgressView - Custom graphics are not supported.
  • UIScrollView
  • UISearchBar
  • UISegmentedControl - At the time of this publication, UISegmentControl is not supported with replay when using an Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) on-premise Replay server.
  • UISlider
    • Custom graphics are not supported.
    • At the time of this publication, UISlider is not supported with replay when using an Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) on-premise Replay server.
  • UIStepper - At the time of this publication, UIStepper is not supported with replay when using an Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) on-premise Replay server.
  • UISwitch - At the time of this publication, UISwitch is not supported with replay when using an Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) on-premise Replay server.
  • UITableView
  • UITableViewCell
  • UITabView - Tab bar icons are not supported.
  • UITextField
  • UITextView
  • UIView
  • WebView
  • WKWebView - Supported in iOS 8.1, 8.3, and later.

List of unsupported controls

  • KMapView

Table views

Table view events are posted when the selected row in the posting table view changes.

Name

Short name

Description

Table View Selection Did Change

selecList:valueChange

Posted when the selected row in the posting table view changes.

Text fields

Text field events are posted when a text field loses focus.

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Note:

A text field end editing event occurs only when the keyboard is hidden, or the text cursor moves to another text field or text view. If the user interacts with other controls before dismissing the keyboard or editing other text, this event can seem to appear out of sequence.

Name

Short name

Description

Text Field Did Not End Editing

textBox:textChange

Posted when a text field loses focus.

Secure text fields

Secure text field events are posted when a security text field loses focus.

Secure text fields are instances of UITextField, where the secureTextEntry property of its UITextInputTraits is set to YES.

Name

Short name

Description

Secure Text Field Did End Editing

textBox:textChange

Posted when a security text field loses focus.

Text views

Text view events are posted when a text view loses focus.

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Note:

Text views can contain a great deal of information. For large text views, try masking the data by setting the masking level to 1.

Name

Short name

Description

Text View Did End Editing

textBox:textChange

Posted when a text view loses focus.

Note: A text field end editing event occurs only when the keyboard is hidden or the text cursor moves to another text field or text view. If the user interacts with other controls before dismissing the keyboard or editing other text, this event can seem to appear out of sequence.

Secure text views

Secure text view events are posted when a secure text view loses focus.

Secure text views are instances of UITextView, where the secureTextEntry property of its UITextInputTraits is set to YES.

Name

Short name

Description

Secure Text View Did End Editing

textBox:textChange

Posted when a secure text view loses focus.

Alert views

Alert view events are posted for alerts. There are different types of alert views: show and clicked button.

Show alert views

Name

Short name

Description

Alert View Show In View

AlertViewShowInView

Posted when an alert view appear.

Each alert view show event generates a series of name-value pairs.

Name

Value

baseClass

The base class name, UIAlertView.

title

The title of the alert view.

message

The message body of the alert view.

Clicked button alert views

Name

Short name

Description

Alert View Clicked Button

AlertViewClickedButton

Posted when an alert view's button is clicked.

Each alert view clicked button event generates a series of name-value pairs.

Name

Value

baseClass

The name of the class, usually UIAlertView.

title

The text that appears in the alert view's title bar.

message

The message that is displayed in the body of the alert view.

buttonTitle

The title of the clicked button.

View controllers

View controller events are posted when a view controller either appears or disappears.

Name

Short name

Description

View Controller Did Appear

screenview

Posted after a view controller appears. Posted as JSON message screenview and type LOAD.

View Controller Did Disappear

screenview

Posted after a view controller disappears. Posted as JSON message screenview and type UNLOAD.

Synchronous server connections

Synchronous server connection events are posted when a request is either sent or results in an error.

Name

Short name

Description

Send Synchronous Request

connection

Posted when a request is sent.

Send Synchronous Request With Error

connection

Posted when a request results in an error.

Asynchronous server connections

Asynchronous server connection events are posted when a request starts, receives a response, completes successfully, or results in an error.
Asynchronous server requests

Name

Short name

Description

Connection Init

connection

Posted when a request starts.

Asynchronous server responses

Name

Short name

Connection Did Receive Response

connection

Posted when a request receives a response.

Asynchronous server successful responses

Name

Short name

Description

Connection Did Finish Loading

connection

Posted when a request successfully completes.

Asynchronous server response errors

Name

Short name

Description

Connection Did Fail With Error

connection

Posted when a request results in an error.

Unhandled exception

Unhandled exception events are posted when there is an unhandled Objective-C exception.

Item ID

Name

Short name

Description

241

Exception

exception

Posted when there is an unhandled Objective-C exception.

Error

An error event is logged by a call to the error logging method.

Name

Short name

Description

Error

exceptionAn NSError logged by a call to one of the logNSErrorEvent: methods.

Network connectivity

A network connectivity event is posted when the network status changes.

Name

Short name

Description

Network Reachability Changed

networkReachability

Posted when the network status changes. The statuses follow.
Unknown
NotReachable
ReachableViaWiFi
ReachableViaWWAN

Crash

A crash event is posted when an abnormal termination is detected.

Name

Short name

Description

Crash

exception

Posted when the iOS SDK notices (during a subsequent run) that the application did not terminate normally while in the foreground for the session in which this event appears.

Button touch events

Button touch events are posted when a button touch is complete.

Name

Short name

Description

Button Touch Up Inside

button:click

Posted when a button touch is complete.


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