This Objective-C SDK allows for integration of Flurry Analytics and iOS. This SDK supports Xcode 6, with an SDK for Xcode 5 available upon request. This SDK requires unique API Keys for each application and removal of exception handler when using Crash Analytics. There are reproducible steps that integrate with the following Flurry Analytics options: Sessions,Active Users,New Users, Session Length, Frequency of Use, Benchmarks, Page Views, Custom User Segments, Lifecycle Metrics, User Retention, Version Adoption, Cross-App Usage, Category Interests, Personas, Demographic Estimates, Time of Day Reporting, Geographic Usage, Language Metrics, Devices Carriers, and Firmware Versions.
Microsoft has announced that it is going to fork and extend Node.js, leading developers to express concern over what the move means for the long term future of Node.js. Historically (think Java), things have not always gone that well when Microsoft decides to fork and extend a technology.
After acquiring InsightsOne earlier this year, Apigee is now ready to show the first fruits of that labor. Apigee today launched an upgrade to the Apigee Insights Big Data analytics platform, that is tightly integrated with the Apigee Edge API management platform.
Since their introduction in 2015, Progressive Web Apps have been viewed as a potential way to break the grip that native apps have had on the mobile app ecosystem. The most effective way to reach users still is to publish your app to one of the major app stores, but which one plays best with PWAs?