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smartlook/analytics-swift-package 2.0.3
Smartlook Analytics Swift Package
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🕓 4 weeks ago
iOS
.package(url: "https://github.com/smartlook/analytics-swift-package.git", from: "2.0.3")

Smartlook Analytics

Welcome to the official Smartlook Swift package for the Smartlook Analytics iOS SDK.

Smartlook is an analytics solution for iOS, Android, and various app frameworks that answers the whys behind your users' actions. With Smartlook, you can:

  • Watch recordings of every user session, seeing exactly what they see to the same resolution.
  • Automatically track events generated within the app, from tapping a button to starting a new level.
  • Build conversion funnels to find where most of your users leave the app, seeing what they did before they left.
  • Create user click heatmaps and moves to highlight your popular elements.

Smartlook displays app data clearly on one central dashboard, which enables sharing and collaborating with colleagues. You can now create more dashboards to segment your data more. This means clear, data-driven decision-making for product managers, UX designers, and developers to identify bugs, boost UX, and constantly improve your app. Also, the SDK doesn’t slow your app down because it only takes one screenshot per second.

iOS SDK Setup

To start recording user sessions, Smartlook must be imported and configured. If you have not installed the SDK yet, see iOS SDK installation.

To set up the Smartlook Analytics iOS SDK, you need your unique project key. If you do not know your project key, see Installing Smartlook code.

An example of SDK setup using AppDelegate and the didFinishLaunching method:

func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions
                launchOptions: [UIApplication.LaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {

    // Configure SDK to use your unique project key
    Smartlook.instance.preferences
        .projectKey("ecfb2b2cc13a13b0be2de6b60acf99..........")

    // Start SDK
    Smartlook.instance.start()

    return true
}

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