Working with analytics from PHP SDK
PHP SDK offers you a way to work with analytics from the backend of your system.
Use your PHP code to work with your media's analytics data. This is possible by using the analytics API methods provided bellow.
PHP SDK Analytics Methods
- get Get analytics for the given params
$ziggeo->analytics()->get($arguments = array())
This method returns JSONExample:
- from A UNIX timestamp in microseconds used as the start date of the query
- to A UNIX timestamp in microseconds used as the end date of the query
- date A UNIX timestamp in microseconds to retrieve data from a single date. If set, it overwrites the from and to params.
- query The query you want to run. It can be one of the following: device_views_by_os, device_views_by_date, total_plays_by_country, full_plays_by_country, total_plays_by_hour, full_plays_by_hour, total_plays_by_browser, full_plays_by_browser
<?php /* This script will show you how to get analytics data for your application Parameters you need to pass: 1. app_token 2. private_key 3. filter_date 4. filter_from 5. filter_to 6. filter_query */ require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . "/../Ziggeo.php"); $opts = getopt("", array("app_token:", "private_key:", "filter_date:", "filter_from:", "filter_to:", "filter_query:")); //We initialize our SDK $ziggeo = new Ziggeo($opts["app_token"], $opts["private_key"]); $analytics = $ziggeo->analytics()->get(array( "from" => (isset($opts["filter_from"])) ? $opts["filter_from"] : NULL, "to" => (isset($opts["filter_to"])) ? $opts["filter_to"] : NULL, "date" => (isset($opts["filter_date"])) ? $opts["filter_date"] : NULL, "query" => $opts["filter_query"] )); var_dump($analytics); ?>