Count.ly provides an API with HTTP format, a RESTful interface, and JSON responses to interact with its mobile analytics software. Count.ly is a mobile application analytics service that offers push notifications, crash reports, user profiles, attribution tracking, and segmentation. The API can be used for marketing, games, and internet of things implementations, just to mention a few options. Count.ly ia available as open source, SaaS edition, and Enterprise edition.
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The Count.ly Unity3D SDK Countly allows developers to integrate the Count.ly API into their Unity3D projects. This SDK requires either Countly Community Edition, Countly Cloud Edition, or Countly Enterprise Edition.
The Count.ly Python IoT SDK by Countly allows developers to integrate the Count.ly API into their Python applications. This SDK currently supports the Raspberry Pi family of devices, Intel Edison boards, Arduino Yun with Grove, and Samsung ARTIK 5.
The Count.ly C++ SDK by GithSystems allows API interaction with the aim to develop analytic applications and services. Resources include dependencies, limitation, building, and usage. HTTP and JSON are included. Pthread is the only language type that developers could require to work with the SDK.
The Count.ly iOS SDK by Countly allows API interaction, providing integration guides to use custom events in addition to set up push notifications, set up crash reports, and set up user profiles. The SDK works with and without automatic reference counting (ARC). Additional references show how to implement using CocoaPods identifier for advertisers (IDFA).
The Count.ly Android SDK by Countly allows to aggregate analytics features using the API. Projects that can benefit could include gaming, marketing, and profiling. Installation available with Maven. Instructions accessible to customize events, set up push notifications, and work with user profiles.