- Version: 3.0.4
- GitHub: https://github.com/tjw-dev/nativescript-microsoft-appcenter
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Microsoft App Center plugin for NativeScript
Before you begin, please make sure that the following prerequisites are met:
NativeScript renders UIs with the native platform’s rendering engine, no WebViews, resulting in native-like performance and UX.
Microsoft App Center
Android Version 4.0.3 (API level 15) or later.
App Center brings together multiple services, commonly used by mobile developers, into a single, integrated product. You can build, test, distribute, and monitor your mobile apps, and also implement push notifications.
Create your app in the App Center Portal to obtain the App Secret (if you have already created your app in the App Center portal, you can skip this step).
Head over to Microsoft App Center.
Sign up or log in and hit the blue button on the top right corner of the portal that says
Add newand select
Add new appfrom the dropdown menu.
Enter a name and an optional desciption for your app.
Objective-C/Swiftas a platform.
Hit the button at the bottom right that says Add new app.
Once you have created an app, you can obtain its App Secret on the Getting Started page or Settings page on the App Center Portal.
tns plugin add nativescript-microsoft-appcenter
|Overview: Active users, daily sessions per user, session duration, top devices, countries, languages and active users per version.||YES||YES|
|Events: Event name, Count, Trend, Users, User Change and Per User.||YES||YES|
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