The Google Analytics project, announced earlier this month, aims to deliver a much more powerful and comprehensive web analytics service to web developers.
It will include the ability to track and analyse activity from sites that are on the front-end of Google’s Chrome browser, such as your mobile apps, social media posts and more.
However, the new project also includes the ability for developers to provide data to analytics services and collect it in a much higher-quality way.
This is the second time Google has taken on this project.
Google’s original version was announced in 2013, with the goal of enabling developers to track their users’ browsing habits on the web, but it was cancelled due to the cost and the time-to-market.
The new version, however, is designed to provide developers with the ability more easily to track users’ activity across different platforms, such that the data is much more valuable.
Developers will be able to use a range of different services, including analytics from Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Google Analytics Premium, Google Search Console, Google Insights and the new Google Web Analytics Suite, which is the same as Google Analytics.
According to Google, the project aims to: Improve the performance of web analytics by giving developers the ability to deliver a rich, dynamic experience to their users.
Increase the effectiveness of analytics by providing a richer and more personalized experience to web users.
Improve the speed of analytics, making it more powerful, and make it easier for users to understand the metrics and insights they are receiving.
Improve web application performance by providing more efficient and efficient performance of the website.
Make it easier to create a comprehensive dashboard of all the metrics collected from a website.
The new project will have an average API for developers, meaning that they can use Google Analytics to collect data, and will be free of charge.
Google says that this data will be stored in a more accessible way, making the data available to anyone.
While Google’s initial plans for the project were not quite as ambitious as its original version, the company did provide an overview of the project.
“The Google Analytics platform will enable developers to deliver highly-customised web analytics on a more effective and cost-effective basis,” the company said.
It also promised that the project will bring a variety of benefits to the web.
“With Google Analytics you can analyze your website, get detailed insight on the usage of your site, monitor and report on the performance and performance trends of your website to increase the quality of your user experience,” the blog post continued.
As the project is now live, developers are being asked to review the details on the project’s Google Analytics website, which you can find below.
The project is available to developers through Google’s Developer Center, and there are no plans to integrate it into Google’s existing developer portal.
If you’re a developer interested in participating in the project, Google has a short-term test to run, which will be followed by a longer-term project with a more stable release date.