Learn how to use the Firebase Assistant in Android Studio to add Analytics support to an application.
- [Instructor] In this chapter,…we'll see how to add Google Analytics…for Firebase to our app, and start recording events.…We'll also see how to use some…of the predefined event types to find our own custom events,…and learn about user sessions and user properties.…So start up Android Studio,…and then make sure you have the Start version…of the project open in the editor.…If Android Studio prompts you for any updates,…go ahead and make them, and wait for them to complete.…There are a couple of ways to add Firebase to your app.…You can either manually edit the project files…in Android Studio, and create a project…in the Firebase console.…
Or you can use the Firebase assistant in Android Studio.…To use the assistant, click the tools menu,…and then select the Firebase option.…Now if you don't see a firebase option,…you'll need to make sure you have the Google repository…version 26 or higher installed,…and you can do that in the SDK manager.…So if I click the SDK tools here,…you can see that I've got at least 26 installed…
- Why use analytics?
- Reviewing the Google Analytics for Firebase feature set
- Adding Analytics support to an application
- Using DebugView to see Analytics events in real time
- Logging events to Firebase using a set of predefined event types
- Event collection
- Gaining insight into the behaviors of specific types of users