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Google Analytics client for asyncio

Project description

aioga

info:Google Analytics client for asyncio
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Installation

pip install aioga

Usage

import asyncio
import uuid

from aioga import GA

TRACKING_ID = 'XX-XXXXXXXX-X'


async def go():
    cid = uuid.uuid4()

    async with GA(TRACKING_ID) as ga:
        ga.event(str(cid), ec='tests', ea='success from context manager')
        # all methods returns asynio.Tasks, which can be awaited if needed


loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(go())
loop.close()

Documentation

The library is asynchronous client for measurement protocol. All available hit types are supported.

Full documentation of measurement protocol provides by google

Available methods

  • pageview
  • screenview
  • event
  • transaction
  • item
  • social
  • exception
  • timing

Available parameters

All methods require cid (Client ID). The value of this field should be a random UUID (version 4) as described in http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4122.txt

Library support all available parametes for measurement protocol (documentation here)

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