AndroidGodEye:A performance monitor tool for Android , you can easily monitor the performance of your app in real time in pc browser
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README.md

AndroidGodEye


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Android developer lack of monitoring of performance data,especially in production environment. so we need "AndroidGodEye".

Overview

android_godeye_connect

AndroidGodEye is a performance monitor tool for Android(not limited to performance data) , you can easily monitor the performance of your app in real time in pc browser.

It is divided into 3 parts:

  1. Core provide all performance modules and produce performance datas.
  2. Debug Monitor provide a panel to show these performance datas.
  3. Toolbox make developers easy to use this library.

AndroidGodEye prodive several modules, such as cpu, heap, block, leak memory and so on.

Quickstart

Demo:https://github.com/Kyson/AndroidGodEyeDemo

Step1

In your build.gradle:

dependencies {
  implementation 'cn.hikyson.godeye:godeye-core:VERSION_NAME'
  debugImplementation 'cn.hikyson.godeye:godeye-monitor:VERSION_NAME'
  releaseImplementation 'cn.hikyson.godeye:godeye-monitor-no-op:VERSION_NAME'
  implementation 'cn.hikyson.godeye:godeye-toolbox:VERSION_NAME'
}

You can find VERSION_NAME in the github release.

Step2

Init first in your application:

GodEye.instance().init(this);

Install modules , GodEye class is entrance for this step, all modules are provided by it.

// before v1.7.0
// GodEye.instance().installAll(getApplication(),new CrashFileProvider(context))
// after v1.7.0 ,install one by one
if (isMainProcess(this)) {//can not install modules in sub process
        GodEye.instance()
                        .install(new BatteryConfig(this))
                        .install(new CpuConfig())
                        .install(new CrashConfig(new CrashFileProvider(this)))
                        .install(new FpsConfig(this))
                        .install(new HeapConfig())
                        .install(new LeakConfig(this,new RxPermissionRequest()))
                        .install(new PageloadConfig(this))
                        .install(new PssConfig(this))
                        .install(new RamConfig(this))
                        .install(new SmConfig(this))
                        .install(new ThreadConfig())
                        .install(new TrafficConfig());
}

/**
* is main process
*/
    private static boolean isMainProcess(Application application) {
        int pid = android.os.Process.myPid();
        String processName = "";
        ActivityManager manager = (ActivityManager) application.getSystemService
                (Context.ACTIVITY_SERVICE);
        for (ActivityManager.RunningAppProcessInfo process : manager.getRunningAppProcesses()) {
            if (process.pid == pid) {
                processName = process.processName;
            }
        }
        return application.getPackageName().equals(processName);
    }

Recommend install in application.

Optional

Uninstall modules when you don't need it(not recommend):

// before v1.7.0
// GodEye.instance().uninstallAll()
// after v1.7.0 ,uninstall one by one
// GodEye.instance().getModule(Cpu.class).uninstall();
// after v2.1.0 ,uninstall all
GodEye.instance().uninstallAll();
// after v2.1.0 ,uninstall one by one
GodEye.instance().uninstall(ModuleName.CPU);

Note that network and startup module don't need install and uninstall.

When install finished, GodEye begin produce performance data, generally you can call consume of modules to get these datas, for example:

// before v1.7.0
// GodEye.instance().cpu().subject().subscribe()
// after v1.7.0, get module by class
//GodEye.instance().getModule(Cpu.class).subject().subscribe();
// after v2.1.0, get module by name
GodEye.instance().<Cpu>getModule(GodEye.ModuleName.CPU).subject().subscribe()

Just like we will mention later,Debug Monitor is one of these consumers.

Step3

Install debug monitor,GodEyeMonitor class is entrance for this step.

Consume data produced by GodEye modules:

GodEyeMonitor.work(context)

Stop it:

GodEyeMonitor.shutDown()

Step4

You're good to go!

Make sure your android device and pc are on the same network segment, and open browser on pc, then open Android device ip : Port/index.html

Or if you are using it over usb, run adb forward tcp:5390 tcp:5390, then open http://localhost:5390/index.html.

now enjoy it!

Default port is 5390, you can find ip in logcat output after call GodEyeMonitor.work(context), log is like:'Open AndroidGodEye dashboard [ http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:5390/index.html" ] in your browser...'.

Okay...If you just want to see the results, you can install APK directly.

Note that /index.html is necessary!!!

Debug Monitor

Click ↓ to preview

Base info

android_godeye_summary

Block Detector

android_god_eye_block

Leak Memory Detector

android_god_eye_leak

More

android_god_eye_cpuheaptraffic

and more...

Modules

Module Name Need Install Engine Data produce time permissions
cpu yes internal interval no
battery yes internal interval no
fps yes internal interval no
leakDetector yes internal happen WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
heap yes internal interval no
pss yes internal interval no
ram yes internal interval no
network no external - no
sm yes internal happen no
startup no external - no
traffic yes external interval no
crash yes external after install,one time no
thread dump yes internal interval no
deadlock yes internal interval&happen no
pageload yes internal happen no

Framework

How does AndroidGodEye work?As below:

android_god_eye_framework_2

License

AndroidGodEye is under Apache2.0.

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