How to Add Firebase Analytics to Your NativeScript Mobile App

We all know that itch when you want to publish your mobile app as soon as possible. You worked on it for several months, tested it, it looks good, and your significant other even likes it. The last thing you need to stand between you and your published app is more work. And yet, adding analytics to your app is an effort that’s worth investing in. With just half an hour of work, you will know what your users need, how can you address their needs, and where to invest your precious development time.
Prerequisites
Before starting, you need to create a new Firebase application using your Google account. This happens with just a few clicks. Firebase provides a free tier which covers entirely all Analytics services, so you don’t need to take out your credit card. Navigate to https://firebase.google.com, authenticate with your Google credentials and follow the “Add project" wizard. In general, you don’t need to change any of the default options in "Step 3," unless you have specific requirements related to services other than "Analytics."

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