Draco (Flurry Analytics)

This is not my issue, contact Flurry.

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Got the Answer…

Other users also should read this.

Nice Extension

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Is it work now or not?

Yep, it works

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Ok, thanks! :wink::+1:t3:

I think, Log event Block not Working. i am trying to log a button click event with Name"Button1" But this event not found in dashboard. Can anyone help?

Hello @advaitmanthan,

Have you done this in with the :kodular: companion?

Not in companion… done with in app.
One more Question.
Do I have to use a time always fire clock timer for putting startAnalytics block ? Or will the screen initialize only work?

Hi again @advaitmanthan,

I investigated the issue furthermore when I had the source code and there was no issue with the placement. If you have a screen at the beginning where user interaction is required to get to the next activity (EX: A button), then you can start analytics under the Button1.Click() event.

Thank you for your question.

@hammerhai Draco is a very important extension to me. Why have you discontinued this? This works, but with no updates or anything else :sob:

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Ok, but why discontinued. There are not any alternative extensions to use in flurry. You could make it Open Source for others to develop

This is Flurry Analytics, not a place where all Flurry services are in one extension. There would be nothing to add to it, so there’s not point in making it open-source.

Thank you.

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Ok. then. But please don’t stop solving issues and problems

Oct 1st, 2020

As it seems that a few miss Draco (and some who would like steps simplified, I understand), it will be coming back on Oct 1st, 2020 with new bug fixes and features.

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That’s great @hammerhai I am using it sins I got to know about it and after hearing about its discontinuing that’s in expected thank again for making it and to not shut it down completely.

:dragon_face: 2020-10 escaped the Lab :face_with_hand_over_mouth:

Unfortunately notes on the subject weren’t taken, so I have to go over the genetics with you :grinning:


  • A new OnSessionStarted event
    • This event is executed when Flurry has registered your API key as valid or the activity started.
  • A new EndTimedEvent function
    • If you’ve previously used the StartTimedEvent function with parameters “event” and “parameters” then you can use EndTimedEvent!
      • When using the StartTimedEvent it will capture the vent duration, along with the event name and parameters!
      • Parameter “event” is meant to be an identifier to what you want to log.
      • Parameter “parameters” is meant to be additional information on the event you want to log. Use a dictionary with the key being a parameter name and the value being… anything!
      • There’s a max of 10 parameters (or keys when you’re using a dictionary).
  • A new GetSessionId function
    • Returns a unique session id.
  • A new GetTimedEvents function
    • This will return event names registered by StartTimedEvent.
  • A new IsSessionActive function
    • Returns if Flurry has registered your API key as valid or the activity has started.
  • An enhanced LogEvent function
    • It has the same parameters as the StartTimedEvent block, however has the same function as the previous LogEvent function with the addition to parameters.
  • An enhanced and renamed SetApiKey function
    • You can now put this under any block, anywhere!
  • The package name is now com.github.stormifire.draco even though this project is not on Github


How to find my events?

* Events can take up to 24 hours or longer to show.

  • Go to Flurry Analytics
  • Depending on your device, there will be 5 outlined boxes at the top
  • Click one that says “+ EVENT
  • Select your event

How to find my events WITH parameters?

* Events WITH parameters can take up to 24 hours or longer to show.

  • Go to Flurry Analytics
  • There should be 1 outlined box under “PARAMETER VALUES
  • Click the one that says “+ EVENT PARAM VALUE
  • Select your parameter (The event name will show on the third line of the item list, the value will show on the first line)

How to find the real-time analytics?

* Real-time analytics may not be available upon adding Draco to your application. Please wait 24 hours or less for results to appear.

  • Go to Flurry Analytics
  • Depending on your device, there will be 5 outlined boxes at the top
  • Click one that says “+ APP
  • Select the application you have Flurry registered for

Why are events not logging in the Companion?

It’s not possible to do so.

Why are real-time analytics not working in the Companion?

Look at “Why are events not logging in the Companion?


Leave the Lab!

com.github.stormifire.draco.aix (433.8 KB)

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First of all,
Congratulations for the new update

why did you said that?, remove that post

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A Update after a long, Great :clap:

Wow :smiley: New update.
I will now use this extension.
Because of event parameters.

Do you have a plan for Firebase Analytics?

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