Get a deeper understanding of how the Firebase console measures event-related data.
- [Instructor] Now that we have spent some time…learning about how Google Analytics for Firebase…collects event and user information,…let's take a deeper look at the Firebase console…where all this information is displayed.…And once again, I'm going to use the demo project…for FloodIt! since it has more data than…my exercise file's app.…So here in the Overview, I'll click on the demo project…and go into the Analytics section.…And we've already taken a look at the initial dashboard…earlier in the course.…So I'm going to skip over that and just go…to the Events tab.…
This tab shows me the events that have been recorded…in my app during the selected time period,…which in this case is the last 30 days.…You can see there's a combination of automatic…and custom events for the app here in the report.…Now some of these apps are marked as what's called…conversion events, and we'll talk about that…a little bit later in the chapter.…So let's drill down on some of the events…and see what kinds of information I can learn.…
- 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