gAnalytics

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Language
Kotlin
Version
v1.1 (Aug 26, 2017)
Created
Apr 2, 2017
Updated
Sep 23, 2017
Owner
Michael (programmerr47)
Contributor
Michael (programmerr47)
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Overview

Ganalytics is tiny api layer for any analytics in application. It provides an object oriented, typesafe, strict and testable way to organize work with analytics in the application. More information on wiki pages.

Here is latest changelog.

Also, you can read these articles for more details:

  1. Introduction to conception
  2. V1.1 Changelog details

Get library

With gradle:

compile 'com.github.programmerr47:ganalytics-core:1.1.0'

With maven:

<dependency>
  <groupId>com.github.programmerr47</groupId>
  <artifactId>ganalytics-core</artifactId>
  <version>1.1.0</version>
  <type>pom</type>
</dependency>

Basic Usage

To start with gathering analytics:

  1. Create an group or category interface and fill it with necessary annotations:
@Prefix
interface CategoryInterface {
    fun action()
    @NoPrefix fun otherAction(@Label(LabelConverter::class) String label)
}

or

interface GroupInterface {
    @Prefix fun category(): CategoryInterface
    @Convention(NamingConventions.LOWER_CAMEL_CASE) fun otherCategory(): OtherCategoryInterface
}

For more information about interfaces and annotations read linked sections.

  1. Prepare Ganalytics instance through:

For group interfaces:

val ganalytics = Ganalytics({ System.out.println(it) /**or do something with received incoming events**/ }) {
     cutOffAnalyticsClassPrefix = false
     prefixSplitter = "_"
     namingConvention = NamingConventions.LOWER_SNAKE_CASE
     labelTypeConverters += TypeConverterPair<DummyDataClass> { it.name } +
             TypeConverterPair<DummyReversedClass> { it.id.toString() } 
}

wich is equal to:

val ganalytics = GanalyticsSettings {
    cutOffAnalyticsClassPrefix = false
    prefixSplitter = "_"
    namingConvention = NamingConventions.LOWER_SNAKE_CASE
    labelTypeConverters += TypeConverterPair<DummyDataClass> { it.name } +
            TypeConverterPair<DummyReversedClass> { it.id.toString() }
}.createGroup { System.out.println(it) /**or do something with received incoming events**/ }

For category interfaces:

val ganalytics = GanalyticsSettings {
    cutOffAnalyticsClassPrefix = false
    prefixSplitter = "_"
    namingConvention = NamingConventions.LOWER_SNAKE_CASE
    labelTypeConverters += TypeConverterPair<DummyDataClass> { it.name } +
            TypeConverterPair<DummyReversedClass> { it.id.toString() }
}.createSingle { System.out.println(it) /** or do something with received incoming events**/ }
  1. Pass an interface class to ganalytics:

val analytics = ganalytics.create(GroupInterface::class)

  1. Now you can use analytics. For example:

analytics.category().otherAction("label")

will print to the standart output: Event(category=sampleinterface, action=sampleinterface_method1)

Note: instead of System.out.println you can pass, for example:

googleAnalyticsTracker.send(HitBuilders.EventBuilder()
        .setCategory(it.category)
        .setAction(it.action)
        .setLabel(it.label)
        .setValue(it.value)
        .build())

Or any analytics method as you want.

For more info of basic usage see samples folder in project. Also please visit the wiki pages to know more details.