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What's the difference between Optimizely Classic Mobile and Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android?
Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android is a new version of Optimizely's mobile solution: Optimizely Classic. It lets you run experiments on native iOS and Android apps.
We've redesigned Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android for app development team and included many advanced features to give developers full control over experiments. In response to customer feedback, we've also retired some features from Optimizely Classic. Learn what's new, on the roadmap, or deprecated.
How do I switch to Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android?
If you've been using Optimizely Classic Mobile, you'll set up a new project, install the SDK, update references to Optimizely SDKs, and start building experiments. We walk you through it here.
Do I have to upgrade to a new SDK?
We’ve completely rebuilt our iOS and Android SDKs from the ground up. They're now faster, simpler, lighter, and compatible with the new Optimizely platform. As a result, existing customers will need to do some upfront work to upgrade to the new SDK.
If upgrading to the new SDK presents a roadblock for your team, please contact your Customer Success Manager. Our Product and Support teams are happy to help.
How does the Optimizely SDK affect my app's load time?
Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android has blocking and non-blocking initializers that enable customers to configure the impact on load time. You have full control over how the SDKs retrieve data from Optimizely; it's possible to bundle in a datafile with the app to reduce the load time by not having a network request at all.
Do experiments run if a device is offline?
Yes. If the datafile was synchronized from Optimizely the last time was the app was open or a datafile has been compiled into the app, experiments will still be triggered. However, events won't be sent to Optimizely until the device is online again.
Will I see my Classic experiments in X?
Unfortunately, no. We’ve completely rebuilt our iOS and Android SDKs from the ground up, with many advantages and features for developers. Projects and experiments aren't shared between Classic and X Full Stack, but here's a simple guide to migrating your experiments to Optimizely Full Stack.
What's the difference between Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android and Optimizely Full Stack?
Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android is a client-side solution. The iOS and Android SDKs allow you to experiment on anything in your app. For example, you can use Full Stack for iOS and Android to experiment with the look and feel of your app.
But you'll need Full Stack to perform server-side experimentation. If you want to experiment with business transactions, features, algorithms, and prices on your server, you'll need Full Stack.
Does Optimizely support the Windows phone?
Not at this time. Currently, Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android only supports iOS and Android apps.
Do I have to switch to Optimizely?
Optimizely Classic was deprecated in September 2018.
With Optimizely, we've released a family of products that help you experiment across channels and devices. In response to customer feedback, we've designed Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android for app development team and included many advanced features to give developers full control over experiments. Learn what's changed and how to make the switch.
Can I try Optimizely Full Stack for iOS and Android for free?
Yes! The 30 Day Free Trial allows you to create iOS and Android projects in Optimizely Full Stack. If you're an existing customer, ask your Customer Success Manager to provision your account for iOS and Android to try it out for free.