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Reminder to self: check if David Nottage published source code the Firebase application analytics

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/11/13

I need to check the outcome of this comment at [WayBack] Google analytics is no more avaliable for analytic Apps and send to firebase when you want to track a new App. How to do with firebase analytics? there … – Xavi P. – Google+:

I’m working on an implementation. It’ll be an extension of what I did with Firebase Cloud Messaging:

[WayBackAdding Firebase Cloud Messaging to your mobile apps – part 1 – Delphi Worlds

However, my implementation may or may not become a part of a commercial solution that includes other Firebase services, including Firebase Database, using the Android and iOS SDKs


2 Responses to “Reminder to self: check if David Nottage published source code the Firebase application analytics”

  1. davidnottage said

    What I was working on had nothing to do with Analytics, and everything to do with Database:

    I shelved it a while ago, due to time constraints. If you’re actually after analytics, you might like to check out Alcinoe:

    (The Github version is a bit behind at the moment)

    Particularly in the AlAndroidFirebaseApi and AlIOSFirebaseApi units

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