refine implements a simple and transparent telemetry module for collecting usage statistics defined in a very limited scope.
Why do we need this?
We try to answer the question how many users are actively using the Refine framework. This information is critical for open-source projects like Refine to better understand their communities and measure their growth metrics.
How do we collect data?
The tracking happens when a Refine application is loaded on the user's browser. On application init, a single HTTP request is sent to https://telemetry.refine.dev. The request body is encrypted with JSON Web Encryption (JWE) standard (ietf.org/doc/html/rfc7516) to be decrypted securely on Refine servers.
There are no consequent requests on that session, as we do NOT collect any behavioral information such as page views, button clicks, etc.
What is collected?
The HTTP call has a JSON payload having the following application-specific attributes:
|providers||boolean||List of providers used in the project (auth, data, router, live, notification, auditLog, i18n or accessControl)|
|version||string||Version of the refine package.|
|resourceCount||number||Number of total resources.|
Additionaly following information is extracted and collected from the HTTP header:
|IP Address||IP Address of the machine the request is coming from.|
|Hostname||Hostname of the machine the request is coming from.|
|Browser||Browser and browser version.|
|OS||OS and OS version.|
How to opt-out?
You can opt out of telemetry by simply adding
disableTelemetry prop to the
<Refine /> component.