We are pleased to announce the release of our Snowplow Java tracker version 1.0.0.
This release brings the Java tracker out of “Early Release” and into “Maintained” status.
We’ve added a new API for creating and managing trackers, using the new
Configuration classes. The
Unstructured event type has been renamed to the more accurate
Creating a tracker can now be this simple:
Snowplow.createTracker("trackerNamespace", "appId", "http://collectorEndpoint");
Other improvements include better default configurations, configurable event sending retry, optional cookie persistence, and one less dependency (no more Guava).
Rename Unstructured events to SelfDescribing (#296) breaking change
Set default HTTP status codes not to retry on (#337) breaking change
Restore Emitter callbacks for success and failure (#339) breaking change
Add close() to Emitter interface and Tracker (#357) breaking change
Remove SimpleEmitter (#341) breaking change
Add a Snowplow interface with the ability to initialize and manage multiple trackers (#340)
Add support for storing cookies in OkHttpClientAdapter (#336)
Add a maximum wait time and jitter to event sending retry (#338)
Reduce the default maximum event buffer capacity (#352)
Deprecate Builder classes (#355)
Standardise API for Tracker and Subject Builders (#302)
Remove Guava dependency (#320) - thanks @LeoNiedermeier for the suggestion!
Under the hood:
Add admin workflow for automatic issue labelling (#346)