Mixpanel 1.2.5

Hello world,

A new version of the package is available which provides:

  • an explicit MIT license file “LICENSE.txt”, so it’s explicit that you guys can do whatever you want with this package,
  • a new “IsGeolocationEnabled” option on the MixpanelClient class which allows you to turn that feature on or off (on by default),
  • a new “IsVerboseEnabled” option to enable API calls with the verbose flag specified to ease debugging.

Hope this helps,

Carl

Mixpanel – Licensing

Since I get recurring questions regarding the package’s licensing, let me reassure you: the Mixpanel Nuget package is absolutely free, and has no licensing whatsoever. As such, this also means that the library is provided “as is”, without any warranty.

I built it because I needed it, and thought it might help others.

Cheers,

Carl

 

Mixpanel 1.2.4

Hi all,

A few weeks ago, I released an update to the NuGet which adds support to .NET 4 and upper 🙂
To sum-up the NuGet package now supports:

  • Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 (Silverlight),
  • Windows 8.1
  • .NET 4.0 (and upper)

Note: watch out there’s a small breaking change, all dlls are now named “Mixpanel.dll“.

The package is available on NuGet as always: https://www.nuget.org/packages/Mixpanel/

Hope this helps,

Carl