chartbeat.com allows full access to all real-time and historical analytics data that it receives from your domain. We expose this data through a series of calls that return JSON. chartbeat.com reports traffic, uptime, search, among other metrics.
The following is a list of SDKs from our SDK directory that matched your search term. Though your definition of an SDK may differ, in our world, we define SDKs as platform- specific tools for consuming existing APIs of the sort we list in our API directory. For example, the Ruby SDK for consuming the Twitter Ads API. If you think an SDK, API, or other asset is missing from our directory, be sure to check our guidelines for making contributions to ProgrammableWeb.
The ChartBeat Android SDK by Rick Mangi allows to interact with the API to access engaging content features that could capture audience attention in application use. Instructions explain how to use the SDK.
The ChartBeat PHP SDK by Eero Niemi allows to interact with the API. Instructions available in the CBTracker folder. If interaction is successful, developers should be able to implement engaging elements into advertising applications.
The Chartbeat Node.js SDK by Alain Gilbert allows to interact with the API to access charts analytics data. It provides basic installation with npm. For additional implementation information, communicate with author firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chartbeat Python SDK by Timothée Peignier communicates with the API to access charts analytics data. It provides installation with pip. On GitHub, code shows API access to demonstrate number of visits and engagement time.
The Chartbeat Ruby SDK by Al Shaw allows to communicate with the API to integrate charts analytics data into web services. Resources include installation and usage. Code shows real time calls, historical calls, and alternative options.