Declared in FlurryEventProtocol.h

Overview

The C2Call SDK automatically reports Flurry Analytics events on certain activities, like calls, messages, etc.

Those events will not be directly reported to the FlurryAnalytics API, but reported to the FlurryEventsDelegate instead.

The FlurryEventsDelegate (typically the C2CallAppDelegate) will then call the FlurryAnalytics API to actually report the event.

This default behavior can be changed, by overwriting the corresponding C2CallAppDelegate methods.

Instance Methods

endTimedEvent:withParameters:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for endTimedEvent:withParameters:

- (void)endTimedEvent:(id)eventName withParameters:(id)parameters

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

logError:message:error:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for logError:message:error:

- (void)logError:(id)errorID message:(id)message error:(id)error

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

logError:message:exception:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for logError:message:exception:

- (void)logError:(id)errorID message:(id)message exception:(id)exception

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

logEvent:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for logEvent:

- (void)logEvent:(id)eventName

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

logEvent:timed:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for logEvent:timed:

- (void)logEvent:(id)eventName timed:(id)timed

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

logEvent:withParameters:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for logEvent:withParameters:

- (void)logEvent:(id)eventName withParameters:(id)parameters

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

logEvent:withParameters:timed:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for logEvent:withParameters:timed:

- (void)logEvent:(id)eventName withParameters:(id)parameters timed:(id)timed

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h

setUserID:

See Flurry Analytics documentation for setUserID:

- (void)setUserID:(id)userID

Declared In

FlurryEventProtocol.h