Google just announced an official ActionScript 3 library for tracking flash events in Google Analytics.
You can read the whole post here:
This solution is much more elegant and opens up many new possibilities.
This is also very exciting for Google Website Optimizer users, as it should now be very easy to use an event within a Flash as the conversion event.
November 21, 2008 at 10:42 am
But what is it that really changed?
That now in order to send a hit to GA servers
I mean..before that release you could use the OnClick on acs
to fire up the call for GA..what has changed than?
does it mean that now when the flash object embedded on sites
July 10, 2009 at 4:12 am
Events are much more flexible than tracking with the pageview dimension. You can give your event a category, action, label and value. This is really powerful when used correctly.
The library provided for flash also makes implementation much easier.
Check out the Google Analytics tracking code API for more details.
August 14, 2009 at 1:10 pm
flash cs2 animation produced as in the present, can not use Google to provide the components of the official