As mentioned in our previous newsletter, we’ve got a new event in store for you this month. We’re kicking off our new Dynatrace App office hours event series on September 12. This office hours session will be available for any developer with a question regarding app development. In this session, you can expect news, learn more about Dynatrace Apps, and get your burning answers to your questions.
More often than not, developing a Dynatrace App involves using our new Dynatrace Query Language (DQL) for querying data stored in Grail. To make it even easier to get started learning DQL, we’ve now released a new hands-on on App with interactive tutorials. It’s never been this easy to learn DQL!
With the latest release we've introduced a breaking change in this package. The 2nd parameter in functions.call was changed. For a full overview of the interface including the changed parameter, visit the App utils documentation.
Design System [0.101]
With the latest release we've introduced some breaking changes in the TextInput component. TextInput now uses compound components for Prefix and Suffix and the forwarded ref now uses an imperative handle (of type InputRef) to allow access to the wrapper element and the input element. A migration is provided for using the prefix and suffix icons and renaming the inputRef prop to the new ref prop. The migration also changes simple usages of the old ref type, but for more complex scenarios it might still be necessary to migrate manually.
Another new component we’ve released as part of this version is the FeatureHighlight component. This component supports the onboarding of new users, as well as the introduction of new features to existing users.