Flurry provides two main APIs that are designed to get the same data about your applications as the data reported on the Flurry Dev Portal
|APIs||What It Does|
|Analytics Reporting||Used to consume Flurry Analytics metrics outside of Flurry Developer Portal for any of your apps over time.|
|Publishing Reporting||Used to consume Yahoo App Publishing data ourside of Flurry Developer Portal for any of your apps over time.|
These APIs enable you to export your data, based on standard formats such as CSV and JSON, allowing you to integrate it into web dashboards, data warehouses and any other system you might use for managing your business.
The Flurry API limits results returned per request to 50K rows. This helps keep reponse times for queries to couple of seconds. In case you run into row limits, easiest ways to limit results are:
- break query into shorter time intervals at a time
- add filters to specify dimension values that you are only interested in
- query metrics for few apps at a time
Rate limits are enforced based on a) number of queries issued within a period and b) cost/ complexity of queries. In case your queries are being rate limited, then response headers have additional data to help time subsequent requests.
Summary of changes between old vs new API:
|Feature||Old API||New API|
|authorization||API access code||Programmatic Access Token|
|reporting time grains||day, week, month||hour, day, week, month, all *|
|response formats||json, xml||json, csv|
|sort/filter functionality||not available||available|
|time zone support||not available||available|
- reporting time grains may differ for different reporting tables
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