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Google Analytics API class for PHP
May 29, 2009 @ 09:33:05

On the Ask About PHP blog today there's a new tutorial (and a new class) helping you to connect your applications with the Google Analytics backend.

I've been thinking about how I can make use of this API to enhance the sites I'm working on. But before kicking off ideas, I had to find out how to access and use the API. I finally came up with a PHP class that will do all the grunt work of calling the API, you just need to supply your report's parameter and the PHP class will return you an array of Analytics data.

The class [zip] makes connecting to the Analytics backend as easy as dropping in a username/password, defining which profile to use and the date range. The getReport() method does the hard work

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