Integrate MongoDB with Appsee
MongoDB is the leading open source NoSQL database for operational storage of Big Data. Leveraging JSON files and dynamic schemas, it makes it fast and easy to integrate data from certain types of applications with features of key/value stores, document databases and relational databases. Xplenty allows you to quickly connect to MongoDB data stores and integrate it with other data sources. Using Xplenty’s intuitive point and click interface, it’s easy to process and prepare data from MongoDB for your analytics purposes.
Appsee enables mobile app publishers and developers to track, understand and improve the user experience in their apps, and act on insights delivered by our SaaS platform.
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Track a variety of data related to events that happened during user sessions, such as the number of total events in a given period, the properties associated with those events and the number of occurrences of a specific property. This endpoint can also be used to signal when an event occurrence might warrant further examination of the video recording to see when and why it occurred.
Monitor how users interact with your screens, including how many times a screen was accessed, what types of gestures were used, and what screen was accessed next. This can give you a broader view of how your users interact with your app. Use this information to gauge the effectiveness of your screen designs and know which features are being used more or less frequently.
Get analytics data for your app, including the number of users that accessed it and the number of sessions that occurred. This data can be filtered by a set of parameters, including country, date, OS, device, and session duration.
Request data about a user’s session, which can be filtered by things like user ID, included events, device type and screen. Appsee will return any pertinent data and include information like the video URL, crashes that occurred and any other events that occurred during the session.
Retrieve data about your conversion Appsee funnels and sort it by parameters, including date range, app version, device and platform. Then, Appsee will return a list of steps in the funnel, along with how many users accessed that step and what their completion percentage was.