Can Google Analytics track interactions in an offline HTML5 app?

Google Analytics is a freemium analytic tool that provides a detailed statistics of the web traffic. It is used by more than 60% of website owners. Analytics Tools offer an insight into the performance of your website, visitors’ behavior, and data flow. These tools are inexpensive and easy to use. Sometimes, they are even free.

If the application is offline, Google Analytics stores the events in an SQLite database.

After storing, it waits until the user is online again to send them.

It is used to collect offline latent hits. The value represents the time delta in milliseconds between when the hit occurs and the time the hit was sent.

The value here must be greater than or equal to 0.

Updated on: 30-Jul-2019


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