The goal of
AnalyticsKit is to provide a consistent API for analytics regardless of the provider. With
AnalyticsKit, you just call one logging method and
AnalyticsKit relays that logging message to each registered provider.
- Google Analytics
- New Relic
- Debug Provider - shows an AlertView whenever an error is logged
- Unit Test Provider - allows you to inspect logged events
If you would like to add support for a new provider or to update the code for an existing one, simply fork the master repo, make your changes, and submit a pull request.
***Please Note -- While we welcome contributions, Two Bit Labs does not officially support Cocoapods for AnalyticsKit. If you run into problems integrating AnalyticsKit using Cocoapods, please log a GitHub issue.
If your project uses Cocoapods, you can simply inlcude
AnalyticsKit for full provider support, or you can specify your provider using Cocoapods subspecs.
- AdjustIO -
- Flurry -
- Google Analytics -
- Mixpanel -
- New Relic -
- Parse -
- TestFlight -
- Download the provider's SDK and add it to your project, or install via cocoapods.
- Add AnalyticsKit to your project either as a git submodule or copying the source into your project. In Xcode, only include AnalyticsKit.h/.m and any providers you plan to use.
- In your AppDelegate's applicationDidFinishLaunchingWithOptions: method, create an array with your provider instance(s) and call
NSString *flurryKey = @"0123456789ABCDEF"; // If you're running tethered or in the simulator, it's best to use different/fake keys // instead of bypassing AnalyticsKit completely. #if DEBUG flurryKey = @"0000000000000000"; #endif AnalyticsKitFlurryProvider *flurry = [[AnalyticsKitFlurryProvider alloc] initWithAPIKey:flurryKey]; [AnalyticsKit initializeLoggers:@[flurry]];
To log an event, simply call the
[AnalyticsKit logEvent:@"Log In" withProperties:infoDict];
See AnalyticsKit.h for an exhaustive list of the logging methods available.