Game Closure DevKit Plugin: Flurry

Usage

Install the plugin with basil install flurry.

Include it in the manifest.json file under the “addons” section for your game:

"addons": [
    "flurry"
],

Under the Android/iOS sections, you can configure the Flurry plugin:

    "android": {
        "versionCode": 1,
        "icons": {
            "36": "resources/icons/android36.png",
            "48": "resources/icons/android48.png",
            "72": "resources/icons/android72.png",
            "96": "resources/icons/android96.png"
        },
        "flurryKey": "MUmm2eD3qdBSPlcLb3qz"
    }
    "ios": {
        "bundleID": "mmp",
        "appleID": "568975017",
        "version": "1.0.3",
        "icons": {
            "57": "resources/images/promo/icon57.png",
            "72": "resources/images/promo/icon72.png",
            "114": "resources/images/promo/icon114.png",
            "144": "resources/images/promo/icon144.png"
        },
        "flurryKey": "MUmm2eD3qdBSPlcLb3qz"
    },

To use Flurry tracking in your game, import the flurry object:

import plugins.flurry.flurry as flurry;

Then send individual track events like this:

flurry.track("myEvent", {
    "score": 999,
    "coins": 11,
    "isRandomParameter": true
});

Testing

To test for successful integration, build your game:

basil debug native-android --clean --open

Then watch logcat:

adb logcat | grep flurry

If Flurry is hooked up properly, you’ll see something like this:

D/FlurryAgent( 4673): Sending report to: http://data.flurry.com/aap.do
D/JS      ( 4673): LOG plugins.flurry.install {flurry} track:  AppStart [object Object]
D/JS      ( 4673): LOG plugins.flurry.install {flurry} track:  UpgradePriceGroup [object Object]
E/JS      ( 4673): {flurry} track - success: AppStart 
E/JS      ( 4673): {flurry} track - success: UpgradePriceGroup

(You’ll see your own logs instead of AppStart and UpgradePriceGroup)

You can conclusively confirm events are going through on the Flurry website.

Platform-specific notes

Browsers

Nothing actually gets sent to Flurry in browsers, but you’ll still see logs that look like this:

D/JS      ( 4673): LOG plugins.flurry.flurry {flurry} track:  AppStart [object Object]

You can use these logs to implement tracking in your game.