Here's how our Simple Person-Based REST-like API works, on top of which all of our language libraries are built.
All of our libraries provide the same basic methods - record, set, identify and alias, which are described in more detail here.
Our Ruby and PHP libraries allow you to record events to a log, and then periodically push these logs to our tracking servers asynchronously. Here is how to set up these server-side libraries to work with `cron`.
Do your customers land on several domains when interacting with your website? Here's what you need to know.
Here are two different methods of setting up KISSmetrics in your Ruby on Rails application.
Note about using the Python Library with Google App Engine.
We won't record passwords, hidden, textarea fields as well as sensitive fields, like credit card numbers and social security numbers.
Here is an example of using the PHP Library to set cookies to remember logged-in users.
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