Posted on 30/5/06 by Felix Geisendörfer
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I just recieved an e-mail from the Google Analytics support which basically says that my e-mail has been forwarded to the engineering people @ Google. But read for yourself:
Thank you for your email. I understand that you are interested in knowing
specifics of using custom built APIs with Google Analytics. I have
forwarded your email to our engineering and I am waiting to hear from
them. I will let you know their stand once I have some information.
For additional questions regarding e-commerce, goals, filters, tracking
and setup questions, please visit the Analytics Help Center at
http://www.google.com/support/analytics. If you're unable to find an
answer to your question on our site, please feel free to reply to this
Share your knowledge and learn from others at the Google Analytics Help
That is not a huge step, but having an actual person answering a support question at Google makes it look promising. And since it doesn't seem like there is some "no-custom-apis-allowed" rule at Google I think it'll be fine to post a link to an online demo where you can see some Analytics Statistics from thinkingphp.org:
Online Demo: http://www.fg-webdesign.de/google-analytics/analytics/profiles
(I've posted this link on #cakephp before so some of you might reagonize the page)
So let's hope I'll get a green light the next couple days so I can release the source code to the public (under MIT license, of course).
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