Analytics Sessions

A session represents a single use of the application, so you should start and end a session each time your application is activated. Make sure you only add the activation handler after you've initialised the Flurry extension, or else implement a check to make sure this process has been performed.

var config:FlurryAnalyticsConfig = new FlurryAnalyticsConfig();
Flurry.service.analytics.initialiseWithKeys( "IOS_FLURRY_KEY", "ANDROID_FLURRY_KEY", config );
Flurry.service.analytics.startSession();
addEventListener( Event.ACTIVATE, activateHandler );
addEventListener( Event.DEACTIVATE, deactivateHandler );
function activateHandler( event:Event ):void
{
if (Flurry.isSupported)
{
Flurry.service.analytics.startSession();
}
}
function deactivateHandler( event:Event ):void
{
if (Flurry.isSupported)
{
Flurry.service.analytics.endSession();
}
}