Get granular with streaming media metrics—learn how with mParticle
One implementation, all your content engagement metrics, all major media platforms and players. Watch the webinar on demand to learn more.
Power your audio and video engagement analytics with mParticle's Media SDK
Today, mParticle is announcing the release of Media SDK—a single solution to track all your media data collection needs across platforms with a quick and easy setup. With Media SDK, you get a unified media session API that maps to leading client-side media analytics services, a single data source for all your content engagement data, and compatibility with all major media players.
Introducing self-hosting and module bundler support
Learn how the newly-available self-hosting and module bundler support provide development teams with finer-grained control over their web apps, a more idiomatic integration for today's web ecosystem, increased flexibility, and improved performance.
Best practices for implementing the mParticle SDK in your mobile app
Learn how to instrument the mParticle SDK in your mobile app to collect and activate the customer engagement data you need without taking time away from engineers’ core development cycles
Get ready for iOS 12
In just a few days, Apple will be releasing iOS 12. Is your app ready to support this new software? With a mobile data layer like mParticle, you could be ready to support iOS 12 in as little as one day.
Gain visibility into how customers engage with iOS App Extensions
Collect and link iOS App Extensions data with your main app data to understand how customers engage with your app.
How to avoid the SDK tax
SDKs have made it simpler for companies to connect their customer data across analytics, marketing, and BI tools, but it often comes at the price of increased dependencies and can affect end-user experience. Learn how using a single-point API can save you from this fate.
Stream real-time data to Adjust and 175+ other services without having to install additional SDKs through the mParticle integration.
5 tips for integrating SDKs the right way
Learn how to integrate SDKs into your mobile data strategy holistically with these five tips from our head of SDK engineering, Sam Dozor.
Announcing mParticle’s Xamarin SDK for cross-platform app user data tracking
Xamarin is an open source, .NET-based cross-platform development toolset, allowing you to create native applications for multiple platforms, including iOS…
Introducing Support for Cordova on Android and iOS
With mParticle's server-based architecture, your Cordova app will perform better with our single lightweight SDK than it would a series of other SDKs.
Introducing support for Unity on Android and iOS
We are excited to announce that mParticle now supports Unity on Android and iOS!
How much does your SDK weigh, mParticle?
Inspired by the documentary "How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster?", mParticle sizes up the weight of its own SDK.
Behind the script: Building a Roku SDK
mParticle's Sam Dozor walks us through building our open source Roku SDK and the many eccentricities of the platform that made the experience so unique.
The problem with app updates: Communication breakdown
While apps continue to make improvements from the time they launch, app stores don’t offer them a means to share progress within app updates.
Which mobile SDK should I put in my app?
It’s easy to see how people can arrive at this question. However, asking which mobile SDK you should put in your app is entirely the wrong question to ask.
How to improve data control with SDK consolidation
SDK consolidation can make all of the difference for companies looking to improve their data consistency and decrease technical debt.
SDKs for mobile marketers 101
Software Developer Kits (SDKs) are widely used by mobile developers. Learn what an SDK is and why it’s needed when working with different service providers
How to use native iOS and Android services in your hybrid app
Here's how you build a single web app and either deploy it for a browser, or wrap it in a hybrid app using the mParticle solution.