View Tracking

In MBAutomation the tracking of the views is automatic, you can disable it initializing MBAutomation with trackViewsAutomatically to false. MBAutomation uses method swizzling to track view automatically on viewDidAppear.

The default name for all the ViewControllers is the class name (e.g. if your ViewController is called HomeViewController you will see HomeViewController as the view). If you want to change the name for a ViewController you can setup the mbaTrackingName of the ViewController.

import MBAutomationSwift
override func viewDidLoad() {
super.viewDidLoad()
...
mbaTrackingName = "Home"
...
}

You can send additional data with the view event setting the mbaTrackingMetadata property of the ViewController, those will be displayed in the metadata field of the dashboard.

If you have diisabled the automatic tracking and you still want to track the views you can use this function, passing a UIViewController.

override func viewDidAppear(_ animated: Bool) {
super.viewDidAppear(animated)
MBAutomation.trackScreenView(self)
}

As the events, views are saved in a local database and sent to the server every 10 seconds and you can change the frequency setting the eventsTimerTime property.