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| Woopra Ruby SDK by Woopra||The Woopra Ruby SDK by Woopra interacts with the API via frontend and backend, allowing developers to track customers' actions inside applications. Resources permit to add custom visit properties, identify a user, and track page events.|
| Woopra Python SDK by Woopra||The Woopra Python SDK by Woopra interacts with the API to track customers inside an application and web service, using the backend instead of manual HTTP requests. It includes installation and configuration.|
| Woopra Java SDK by Woopra||The Woopra Java SDK by Woopra communicates with the API to track customers inside an application and web service. Developers can configure secure tracking with HTTPS and configure HTTP basic auth.|
| Woopra Node.js SDK by Woopra||The Woopra Node.js SDK by Woopra interacts with the API to configure the action tracker, allowing to analyze clients and events. HTTP parameters are available to send requests and receive responses in return.|
| Woopra Android SDK by Woopra||The Woopra Android SDK by Woopra communicates with the API to track actions in Android devices. Developers can configure idle timeout, keep user online, add custom visit properties, and track an event.|
| Woopra iOS SDK by Woopra||The Woopra iOS SDK by Woopra interacts with the API to track actions in Apple devices. Code allows to keep a user online, add custom visit properties, and evaluate client data.|
| Woopra PHP SDK by Woopra||The Woopra PHP SDK by Woopra communicates with the API to analyze clients with available intelligence features. Developers can interact with the SDK via front-end and back-end.|