The Preact API enables developers to log events information in their applications. The API works for a given person or account individually. The objective of the API is to be able to predict customers' behavior, which would then enable companies to have better business approaches.
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The Preact Python SDK by Preact accesses API data, useful to integrate into applications associated to predictive health. In addition to endpoint, resources include person object and event object. An example on GitHub shows information of a person, description of event, and data of the event. See more at example.py
The Preact .NET SDK by Preact communicates with the API to access data, useful to organize personal information in health predictions applications. It includes person object and event object. Examples demonstrate how to upgrade a user and purchase an item.
The Preact Objective-C SDK by Preact interacts with the API to organize personal information data, useful for health prediction applications. Endpoint available. Examples demonstrate how to register a user, upgrade a user, and purchase an item.
The Preact Ruby SDK by Preact interacts with the API to access data features, useful to implement in predictive health applications. After installation instructions, GitHub guides developers to configuration that includes autolog, development, and staging.