I just added Google Analytics into my iOS app today and after a couple hour I was able to getting it up and running. It looks like it take awhile for data to show up under the Standard Reporting so for testing purposes it looks like the “Real-Time” panel on the right is the best bet.
I tried skip a long Xcode download by using a coworker’s Install but now the Mac App store is linking Xcode to my coworker’s iTunes account. I couldn’t find a way to delete that install from my Mac App store, now every time I try to update, I’m prompted for his password. To get around it I had to download Xcode from another computer with my account, transfer the install files over and then reinstall. I still haven’t found a fix for the problem where my the Mac App store is linking Xcode to another account but at least I’ve got the latest Xcode update. I hope most of the crashes are fixed, that would make the hassle worth it.
Thanks for coming out for the talk! Here are the slides and sample code as promised. Please send me feedback!
To run the sample code please make sure you have the Android 2.2 platform installed from the “Window>Android SDK and AVD Manager”
To import this sample code use File>Import then choose General>Existing Projects into Workspace use the “select archive file” then hit “Finish”
TipCal sample project