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ReactNative – SDK Integration


The Kochava ReactNative SDK is a lightweight plugin which can be easily integrated into your ReactNative project. The entire integration process takes less than five minutes and simply requires adding the SDK within your project and then starting the Kochava Tracker in code. If you have already integrated the SDK and started the tracker, please visit Using the SDK and choose a topic.


Integrating the SDK

Requirements:

  • Android API 14
  • Xcode 9.2
  • Visual Studio 2017
  • ReactNative 0.48
  • Native Code support enabled

 

Supported Platforms:

  • Android
  • iOS
  • Windows UWP

Integration:

Estimated Time to Complete
5 Minutes
  1. Add the SDK.
  2. You have the option of downloading the SDK either through npm or manually as a direct download.


    • npm version

      1. Using a terminal navigate to the root directory of your ReactNative Project.
      2. Run the following commands.


      1. Download the latest version from the Download Badge above to the root directory of your ReactNative Project.
      2. Using a terminal navigate to the root directory of your ReactNative Project.
      3. Run the following commands.

     

  3. Platform Specific Steps.
  4. Dependencies:

    Dependencies are added in your android/app/build.gradle file.

     

    Permissions:

    Permissions are added to the top level of the AndroidManifest.xml file. Required and Recommended permissions are automatically added when using the AAR. If a recommended permission is unwanted it can be removed using the tools:node=”remove” feature.

    NOTE: Ensure you are compliant with the terms and requirements of the publishing app store regarding sensitive permissions such as GET_ACCOUNTS.

    Ensure your project is setup with Windows platform support and then follow the Manual Linking guide to link the Kochava SDK. The library and package names you would use are “RNKochavaTracker” and “RNKochavaTrackerPackage”.


Starting the Tracker

Estimated Time to Complete
1 Minute

Once you have added the Kochava SDK to your project, the next step is to configure and start the Kochava Tracker in code. Only your App GUID is required to start the tracker with the default settings, which is the case for typical integrations.

We recommend starting the tracker as soon as the application starts, although this can be done later if needed. Starting the tracker as early as possible will provide more accurate session reporting and help to ensure the tracker has been started before using it. Keep in mind the tracker can only be configured and started once per launch.

 

Developer API Reference:

KochavaTracker.configure(MapObject)
Configuration Parameters

 

SDK WAYPOINT: At this point basic integration is complete and the Kochava SDK will begin reporting session activity and attributing installs.

 

Where to Go From Here:

Now that you have completed integration you are ready to utilize the many features offered by the Kochava SDK. Continue on to Using the SDK and choose a topic.


Custom Tracker Configuration

If you would like to make adjustments to the tracker configuration beyond the default settings, set your App GUID and the desired parameters and then pass it to the tracker’s configure method.

 

Using a Custom Configuration:

NOTE: Setting values within a configuration object will have no effect after the tracker has been started.


Below is a list of all configuration options and their default settings. Keep in mind that in a typical integration these configuration settings should not be adjusted from their default values.

Default — None

This string should be set to your Kochava App GUID, which can be found in your Edit App page within the Kochava dashboard. This value is always required (unless a Partner Name is set).

Default — None

Provide an attribution event listener if you wish to be notified of attribution results from Kochava servers. This is not necessary unless you wish to parse the attribution results for use within the app.

For complete details and examples, see: Retrieving Attribution.

Default — LOG_LEVEL_ENUM_INFO_VALUE

Set this value to the desired Log Level to be used by the SDK for debugging purposes.

For complete details and examples, see: Enabling Logging.

Default — False

If you wish to limit ad tracking at the application level, with respect to Kochava conversions, set this value to true. It can also be toggled after starting the tracker.

For complete details and examples, see: App Limit Ad Tracking.

Default — None

This is a reserved setting and should not be set unless provided by your Client Success Manager.

Default — None

This is a reserved value and should not be set unless provided by your Client Success Manager.

Default — False

As GDPR compliance can present many challenges during development, Kochava offers a fully managed solution for all your GDPR consent requirements through the use of our Intelligent Consent Management feature. By using this feature the Kochava SDK will handle determining when consent is required for any user while shouldering much the GDPR burden for you.

NOTE: This is an advanced feature requiring additional setup within your Kochava dashboard and should not be enabled without a full and complete understanding of how to use the Intelligent Consent Management feature.

For complete details and examples, see: Intelligent Consent Management.

 
 

Last Modified: Dec 5, 2018 at 11:40 am