Microsoft has been quite busy improving its developer-centric offerings recently. After releasing the Project Rome SDK for Android a couple of days ago, the company has now launched the Windows SDK for Google Analytics as well.
Google Analytics is widely utilized in mobile apps and websites. It is used to provide various insights such as user engagement, app crashes, views, social interaction and promotional campaigns on both Android and iOS.
Microsoft has also stated that SDK is built on top of Google's Measurement Protocol and the APIs used in it bear similarities in terms of class names and design patterns with Google's Android SDK. This has been done in order to maximize portability so that developers who have used Google Analytics on other platforms feel right at home.
The company has listed the steps to integrate the Windows SDK for Google analytics in your app:
Microsoft has also pointed out that the Windows SDK for Google Analytics is open-source so developers are welcome to add their code for its improvement. The company has also encouraged users to report bugs and provide feedback on GitHub.