Mixpanel is a product analytics tool that lets you capture data on how users interact with your digital product. Mixpanel then lets you analyze this product data with simple, interactive reports that let you query and visualize the data with just a few clicks.
Mixpanel allows you to view data about various users or events and slice and dice that data by any property. It supports API endpoints that can query, export, and import data and manipulate Mixpanel metadata (such as data definitions).
The API endpoints are organized by the function that they support.
In this generation, we all have mobile phones.
If we wish to see analytics data, we have to open the website on our desktops/laptops every time. It is not possible to have a device or monitor with us all the time. But today we all have a mobile phone in our pockets. So why do we not prefer mobile devices for viewing data?
Mixpanel doesn’t have a mobile app. So how do we analyse data on a mobile?
To overcome this problem, the solution is a Mixpanel mobile application - which lets us keep all our data handy.
With DhiWise, we can build an application within just 1 hour by following a simple process.
DhiWise saves the cost of time for the developer, and the best part is that you can invest this time in other functionalities and productive tasks that involve business logic.
Here are the steps followed:
Mixpanel has a lot of collections of APIs. The appropriate API can be taken from their documentation.
The Figma design was converted to Flutter code by importing it into DhiWise.
Add Postman collection of API in API Runner, and after adding APIs, the UI looks like this:
Here, required some static values that are used in projects. So using those values in the project, we maintain a separate file where all properties and values are defined.
Here we have to go onReady event and select API integration from the drop-down. See, How we implement the API on the onReady event.
After that, we have to select API from the drop-down to implement.
Here we have to set the request parameters as follows.
Bind response with UI.
After completing all the navigation and API integration, just build the application.
That’s how DhiWise generated a “Mixpanel” mobile application in Flutter. After running this project in IDE, add a little business logic, modify the code and make it a working application. This application is available on GitHub, just clone it and modify the code.