See how the StreamView provides an aggregated look at Analytics data in real time, and compare that to the data provided by DebugView.
- [Narrator] Earlier in the course we learned…about the debug view which provides a real time view…of analytics events coming in from a specific device.…A stream view is similar to debug view…in that it gives you a real time picture…of your analytics data but in a more aggregated sense.…Whereas debug view is intended to help you…during the development of your app…to ensure that events are being correctly reported…and the order that they're coming in,…stream view is more oriented to helping you understand…how you app is being used more broadly.…
So here in the demo project Flood It,…let's go ahead and click on the stream view tab,…and we'll wait for stream view to come up,…and there it is, okay.…So stream view focuses on events…that have been collected during the previous 30 minutes,…just like debug view does.…It doesn't require any special set up…or command line instructions to start working.…Just by integrating Firebase you can…start viewing you analytics data in stream view.…So in here you can see I've got…the stream view tab selected,…
- 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