Mobile Engagement

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Service Description

Mobile applications can be implemented quickly and efficiently with Mobile Apps and the templates for clients on various platforms. While these applications are operational, the user may often be interested in which of the applications' functions are frequently used, where problems occur, etc. Mobile Engagement allows access to such information via a dashboard. It can also be used to send messages to users to, for example, share campaign-related information.

Azure Documentation

1. Overview
     1.1. Comparison with related services
     1.2. Features overview
2. Get Started
     2.1. Android
     2.2. Cordova
     2.3. iOS Objective-C
     2.4. iOS Swift
     2.5. Unity Android
     2.6. Unity iOS
     2.7. Universal Windows
     2.8. Web (PREVIEW)
     2.9. Windows Phone Silverlight
     2.10. Xamarin.Android
     2.11. Xamarin.iOS
3. How to
     3.1. Plan and design
          3.1.1. Best practices
          3.1.2. Concepts
          3.1.3. Define your Engagement strategy
          3.1.4. Scenarios
      Media app
      Gaming app
     3.2. Develop
          3.2.1. Create a Mobile Engagement App
          3.2.2. Android
      Integrate with an Android app
           Advanced reporting
           Location reporting
           Advanced configuration
           Integrate Reach
           Google Cloud Messaging
           Amazon Device Messaging
      Tag plan implementation
      Upgrade your SDK
          3.2.3. iOS
      Integrate with an iOS app
      Integrate Reach
      Tag plan implementation
      Upgrade your SDK
          3.2.4. Unity
      Create Unity Roll a Ball game
          3.2.5. Web
      Integrate with a web app
      Tag plan implementation
      Upgrade your SDK
          3.2.6. WebView bridge apps
      Android WebView with native Android SDK
      iOS WebView with native iOS SDK
          3.2.7. Windows Phone (Silverlight)
      Integrate with a Windows Phone Silverlight app
      Integrate Reach
      Tag plan implementation
      Upgrade your SDK
          3.2.8. Windows Universal
      Integrate with a Windows Universal app
      Advanced Configuration
      Integrate Reach
      Advanced reporting
      Tag plan implementation
      Upgrade your SDK
          3.2.9. Reach
      Get started using and managing pushes
      Send Emojis in notifications
      Send personalized notifications
          3.2.10. Access service APIs
      .NET SDK
     3.3. Manage
          3.3.1. Account
          3.3.2. Settings
          3.3.3. Reach
          3.3.4. Segments
     3.4. Secure
          3.4.1. API Authentication
          3.4.2. Manully configure API authentication
     3.5. Monitor
          3.5.1. Monitor real-time data
     3.6. Analyze
          3.6.1. View and manage data charts
          3.6.2. Analyze historical data
          3.6.3. Export raw data for analysis
     3.7. Integrate
          3.7.1. API integration
     3.8. Troubleshoot
          3.8.1. Analytics, monitoring, segmentation, and dashboard issues
          3.8.2. API issues
          3.8.3. Push and reach issues
          3.8.4. SDK integration issues
          3.8.5. Service issues
          3.8.6. Service request information
          3.8.7. Service limits/throttles
4. Reference
     4.1. .NET
5. Related
     5.1. SDK content
          5.1.1. Android SDK
          5.1.2. iOS SDK
          5.1.3. Windows Universal Apps SDK
          5.1.4. Windows Phone Silverlight SDK
6. Resources
     6.1. Release notes
          6.1.1. Android SDK
          6.1.2. iOS SDK
          6.1.3. Web SDK
          6.1.4. Windows Universal Apps SDK
          6.1.5. Windows Phone Silverlight SDK
     6.2. Pricing
     6.3. Sample Demo apps
     6.4. .NET API Sample
     6.5. Videos & Updates
     6.6. Service Level Agreement (SLA)

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