gordalina/mixpanel-bundle

Symfony bundle for Mixpanel

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5.0.0 2022-06-06 06:03 UTC

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Integration of the Mixpanel library into Symfony.

Installation

Require gordalina/mixpanel-bundle using composer

$ php composer.phar require gordalina/mixpanel-bundle:~5.0

Or require gordalina/mixpanel-bundle to your composer.json file:

{
    "require": {
        "gordalina/mixpanel-bundle": "~5.0"
    }
}

Register the bundle in config/bundles.php:

// config/bundles.php
    return [
        // ...
        Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\GordalinaMixpanelBundle::class => ['all' => true],
    ];
}

Enable the bundle's configuration in app/config/config.yml:

# app/config/config.yml

gordalina_mixpanel:
    projects:
        default:
            token: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Usage

This bundle registers a gordalina_mixpanel.default, mixpanel.default and mixpanel service which is an instance of Mixpanel (from the official library). You'll be able to do whatever you want with it.

NOTE: This bundle sends your client's ip address automatically. If you have a reverse proxy in you servers you should set it in your front controller public/index.php:

// public/index.php
Request::setTrustedProxies(
    // the IP address (or range) of your proxy
    ['192.0.0.1', '10.0.0.0/8'],
    Request::HEADER_X_FORWARDED_ALL
);

You can find more documentation on Symfony website: How to Configure Symfony to Work behind a Load Balancer or a Reverse Proxy

Killer Feature

Track an event with a single annotation

<?php
// CheckoutController.php

use Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\Annotation as Mixpanel;

class CheckoutController
{
    /**
     * @Mixpanel\Track("View Checkout")
     */
    public function view(Request $request)
    {
        // ...
    }

Sending people information to Mixpanel

Mixpanel allows you to track your user's behaviours, but also some user information. When using annotations which require the distinct_id, this will be set automatically. This is done automatically provided you have configured it properly. You are able to override this value if you wish.

# config/packages/gordalina_mixpanel.yaml

gordalina_mixpanel:
    projects:
        default:
            token: xxxxxxxxxx
    users:
        Symfony\Component\Security\Core\User\UserInterface:
            id: username
            $email: email

        # All possible properties
        YourAppBundle\Entity\User:
            id: id
            $first_name: first_name
            $last_name: last_name
            $email: email
            $phone: phone
            extra_data:
                - { key: whatever, value: test }

This bundle uses property access to get the values out of the user object, so event if you dont have a first_name property, but have a getFirstName method it will work.

NOTE: extra_data corresponding non-default properties in Mixpanel user profile

<?php
// UserController.php

use Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\Annotation as Mixpanel;

class UserController
{
    /**
     * @Mixpanel\UpdateUser()
     */
    public function userUpdated(User $user, Request $request)
    {
        // ...
    }

In the following example, we call UpdateUser, which sends all information registered in the configuration above, but we override the id property with an expression that evaluates the user id. The @Expression annotation uses ExpressionLanguage for evaluation.

<?php
// OrderController.php

use Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\Annotation as Mixpanel;

class OrderController
{
    /**
     * @Mixpanel\Track("Order Completed", props={
     *      "user_id": @Mixpanel\Expression("user.getId()")
     * })
     * @Mixpanel\TrackCharge(
     *      id=324"),
     *      amount=@Mixpanel\Expression("order.getAmount()")
     * )
     */
    public function orderCompleted(Order $order, Request $request)
    {
        // ...
    }

Annotations

Mixpanel Actions

Events

  • @Mixpanel\Register(prop="visits", value=3)
  • @Mixpanel\Track(event="name", props={ "firstTime": true })
  • @Mixpanel\Unregister(prop="$email")

Engagement

  • @Mixpanel\Append(id=324, prop="fruits", value="apples" [, ignoreTime=false])
  • @Mixpanel\ClearCharges(id=324 [, ignoreTime=false])
  • @Mixpanel\DeleteUser(id=324 [, ignoreTime=false])
  • @Mixpanel\Increment(id=324, prop="visits", value=3 [, ignoreTime=false])
  • @Mixpanel\Remove(id=324, prop="$email")
  • @Mixpanel\Set(id=324, props={ "firstTime": true } [, ignoreTime=false])
  • @Mixpanel\SetOnce(id=324, props={ "firstTime": true } [, ignoreTime=false])
  • @Mixpanel\TrackCharge(id=697, amount="20.0" [, ignoreTime=false])

Custom Annotations

  • @Mixpanel\Id()
  • @Mixpanel\Expression(expression="<expression>")
  • @Mixpanel\UpdateUser()

Note: The first argument is not required to specify the name explicitly, e.g: @Mixpanel\Expression("<expression>") or @Mixpanel\Set("<property>", value="<value>").

Note: All id properties can be omitted, as they will be set with the id of the current user in security.context

Send an event based on a condition

In all annotations, you can add conditions with Expression Language

/**
* @Mixpanel\Track("Your event", condition="request.getMethod() in ['GET']")
*/
public function yourAction()
{
  // ...
}

Note: By default condition is true and is not required.

MixpanelEvent

You can also send an event through symfony events when the annotations are not sufficient like this:

#In controller
namespace myNamespace;

use Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\Annotation as Annotation;
use Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\Mixpanel\Event\MixpanelEvent;
use Symfony\Component\EventDispatcher\EventDispatcherInterface;

// ...

public function edit(User $user, EventDispatcherInterface $eventDispatcher, Request $request)
{
    // Your code
    $annotation = new Annotation\Track();
    $annotation->event = 'My event';
    $annotation->props = [
        'prop 1' => 'data 1',
        'prop 2' => 'data 2',
    ];

    $eventDispatcher->dispatch(new MixpanelEvent($annotation, $request));
    // Rest of your code
}

Override Props in all Annotations

In all your annotations, you can have something like this:

    /**
     * @Mixpanel\Track("Your event", props={
     *      "user_id": @Mixpanel\Expression("user.getId()")
     * })
     */
    public function yourAction()
    {
        // ...
    }

It can be annoying to always have to put the same properties in your annotations. The functioning of the events allows us to avoid that.

namespace YourNamespace;

use Doctrine\Common\Annotations\Reader;
use Gordalina\MixpanelBundle\Annotation;
use Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Event\ControllerEvent;
use Symfony\Component\Security\Core\Security;

class MixpanelListener
{
    private $annotationReader;
    private $security;

    public function __construct(Reader $annotationReader, Security $security)
    {
        $this->annotationReader = $annotationReader;
        $this->security         = $security;
    }

    public function onKernelController(ControllerEvent $event)
    {
        if (!\is_array($controller = $event->getController())) {
            return;
        }

        $className = \get_class($controller[0]);
        $object    = new \ReflectionClass($className);
        $method    = $object->getMethod($controller[1]);

        $classAnnotations  = $this->annotationReader->getClassAnnotations($object);
        $methodAnnotations = $this->annotationReader->getMethodAnnotations($method);

        foreach ([$classAnnotations, $methodAnnotations] as $collection) {
            foreach ($collection as $annotation) {
                if ($annotation instanceof Annotation\Annotation && property_exists($annotation, 'props')) {
                    $annotation->props['user_id'] = $this->security->getUser()->getId();
                }
            }
        }
    }
}

And in your config:

    YourNamespace\MixpanelListener:
        tags:
            - { name: kernel.event_listener, event: kernel.controller, method: onKernelController, priority: -200 }

Symfony Profiler Integration

Mixpanel bundle additionally integrates with Symfony2 profiler. You can check number of events and engagements sent, total execution time and other information.

Example Toolbar

Reference Configuration

You'll find the reference configuration below:

# app/config/config*.yml

gordalina_mixpanel:
    enabled: true                                        # defaults to true
    enable_profiler: %kernel.debug%                      # defaults to %kernel.debug%
    auto_update_user: %kernel.debug%                     # defaults to %kernel.debug%
    throw_on_user_data_attribute_failure: %kernel.debug% # defaults to %kernel.debug%
    projects:
        default:
            token: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx # required
            options:
                max_batch_size:  50               # the max batch size Mixpanel will accept is 50,
                max_queue_size:  1000             # the max num of items to hold in memory before flushing
                debug:           false            # enable/disable debug mode (logs messages to error_log)
                consumer:        curl             # which consumer to use (curl, file, socket)
                consumers:
                    custom_consumer:  ConsumerStrategies_CustomConsumConsumer # Your consumer, update above to use it
                host:            api.mixpanel.com # the host name for api calls
                events_endpoint: /track           # host relative endpoint for events
                people_endpoint: /engage          # host relative endpoint for people updates
                use_ssl:         true             # use ssl when available
                error_callback:  'Doctrine\Common\Util\Debug::dump'

        minimum_configuration:
            token: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    users:
        Symfony\Component\Security\Core\User\UserInterface:
            id: username
            $email: email

        # All possible properties
        YourAppBundle\Entity\User:
            id: id
            $first_name: first_name
            $last_name: last_name
            $email: email
            $phone: phone

Spec

In order to run the specs install all components with composer and run:

./bin/phpspec run

License

This bundle is released under the MIT license. See the complete license in the bundle:

Resources/meta/LICENSE