Join Joe Marini for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Mobile App Analytics for Developers.
- [Instructor] I've provided a set of exercise files to accompany this course. You can see that I've copied my exercise files folder to the desktop, but you can place it anywhere on your computer that you like. Let's take a look inside. At the top level of the folder, you can see that there are two folders inside. One is named DieRoller_Start and the other is named DieRoller_Finished. The start version of the folder contains the starting point of the code for this course. The finished version of the folder contains the finished code for the app that we will be building. During the course, I'll be using the start version of the code to demonstrate each example as I build towards the finished app.
For this reason, I highly suggest that you follow the videos in this course in their recorded order. However, you can of course use these exercise files however you want. If you want to use the start version of the code to work along with me towards the finished version, then that's great. If you want to fire up the finished version of the code and poke around in the debugger or try making your own changes, well that's great too. In either case, copy the exercise files folder where you want it on your system and then you're ready to go.
- 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