The RudderStack Unity SDK, simply put, is a wrapper on top of our Android SDK or iOS SDK used for tracking event data in games. After integrating this SDK to your game, you will be able to track and send the game event data to any analytics destination of your choices such as Google Analytics, Amplitude, and more.
To properly configure the Unity SDK, you will need the following:
You will need a RudderStack account. Your source
writeKey should appear on the dashboard once you have signed up.
Your Data Plane URL. Simply put, the Data Plane URL is used to connect to the RudderStack backend for processing and routing your events.
You will also need the Unity development kit.
rudder-sdk-unity.unitypackage from our Github Repository.
Import the downloaded package to your project. From the Assets menu, go to Import Package - Custom Package... as shown in the following screenshot:
rudder-sdk-unity.unitypackage from the location where you have downloaded it and click on Open:
Import in the import popup as shown:
import to all the files where you wish to use
After that, add the following code in the
Awake method of your main
// Critical for iOS Applications where multiple components are using SQLite// This has no effect for Android, but can be added as a safety checkRudderClient.SerializeSqlite();// Build your configRudderConfigBuilder configBuilder = new RudderConfigBuilder().WithDataPlaneUrl(DATA_PLANE_URL);// get instance for RudderClientRudderClient rudderClient = RudderClient.GetInstance(WRITE_KEY,configBuilder.Build());
You can record the users' activity in your game through the
track method. Every action performed by the user is called an event.
An example of the
track event is as shown:
// create event propertiesDictionary<string, object> eventProperties = new Dictionary<string, object>();eventProperties.Add("test_key_1", "test_value_1");eventProperties.Add("test_key_2", "test_value_2");// create user propertiesDictionary<string, object> userProperties = new Dictionary<string, object>();userProperties.Add("test_u_key_1", "test_u_value_1");userProperties.Add("test_u_key_2", "test_u_value_2");// create message to trackRudderMessageBuilder builder = new RudderMessageBuilder();builder.WithEventName("test_event_name");builder.WithUserId("test_user_id");builder.WithEventProperties(eventProperties);builder.WithUserProperties(userProperties);rudderClient.Track(builder.Build());
// create message to trackRudderMessageBuilder builder = new RudderMessageBuilder();builder.WithEventName("test_event_name");builder.WithUserId("test_user_id");builder.WithEventProperty("foo", "bar");builder.WithUserProperty("foo1", "bar1");rudderClient.Track(builder.Build());
The SDK captures the
deviceId and uses that as
anonymousId for identifying the user. It helps to track the users across the application installation. To attach more information to the user, you can use the
identify method. Once you set the
identify information to the user, those will be passed to the successive
track calls. To reset the user identification, you can use the
identify event is as shown:
RudderMessage identifyMessage = new RudderMessageBuilder().Build();RudderTraits traits = new RudderTraits().PutEmail("[email protected]");rudderClient.Identify("some_user_id", traits, identifyMessage);
reset method clears all the persisted traits of the previously identified user.
Remove all the files related to RudderStack SDK from the
Plugins folder. Also remove the
Rudder folder completely before importing the newer version of the SDK.
The following is the list of files in
Plugins folder for RudderStack SDK:
In case of any queries, you can always contact us, or feel free to open an issue on our GitHub Issues page in case of any discrepancy. You can also start a conversation on our Slack channel; we will be happy to talk to you!