A package providing a base Analytics class to track events and page views




npm install @availity/analytics-core


yarn add @availity/analytics-core


AvAnalytics requires Plugins and a Promise lib.

new AvAnalytics(plugins, promise);

AvAnalytics also has an optional 3rd parameter, a boolean to determine if pageTracking is enabled. For page tracking to be used, startPageTracking and stopPageTracking functions must be defined to create listeners and call trackPageView. AvAnalytics also has an optional 4th parameter, "autoTrack", a boolean which default to true. When true, "autoTrack" will be enabled which will automatically log

new AvAnalytics(plugins, promise, pageTracking, autoTrack, options);


  • attributePrefix string. Overrides the default prefix for getting attributes.
  • recursive boolean. If true, will add on all attributes from the clicked/focused node up to the root element. It requires one attribute to have contain action.

Example using the recursive option ( Will add all 3 attributes when the anchor tag is clicked. If the container is clicked nothing will happen ):

<div class="container" data-analytics-app-name="app">
<a href="#" data-analytics-action="click" data-analytics-event-name="linking"
>Click me!</a


Plugins can be one or an array of objects/classes:

A default class with functions defined and enabled logic is provided AvAnalyticsPlugin.

import { AvAnalyticsPlugin } from '@availity/analytics-core';

Plugin Methods#

The functions/properties used by AvAnalytics are:


Determines if this plugin will be called at various points. If this is a function, the return value will be used. Otherwise will be checked as boolean.


if defined, will be called when AvAnalytics is initialized.


if defined, called when AvAnalytics receives a trackEvent call.


if defined, called when AvAnalytics receives a trackPageView call.

Defined Plugins#


AvSplunkAnalytics is a plugin to track events with the AvLogMessages api. It defaults the url and level before sending.

import { AvSplunkAnalytics } from '@availity/analytics-core';
const exampleSplunkAnalytics = new AvSplunkAnalytics(
new AvLogMessages({ http, promise, merge }),
export default exampleSplunkAnalytics;



Initialize analytics pageTracking and plugins


use parameter to set turn page tracking on/off. Always checks that pageTracking has been set up or torn down as needed.


Send properties to each plugins trackEvent function.


Send url or location.href to each plugins trackEvent function.

AutoTrack Logged events#

With "autoTrack" enabled (enabled by default) you can add special data-analytics-* to any element which will be rendered to the DOM. For native form elements (input, select, and textarea) with the special attribute, focus and blur events will trigger analytics to be logged. For all other element with the special attribute, click events will trigger analytics to be logged. You can have as many of the data-analytics-* attributes on an element as you which, all of the properties will be logged with the data-analytics- prefix removed and the remaining camelcased as the key and the value of the attribute as the logged value. This works with all libraries such as angular, react, jquery, and pure HTML.

Go there now!
import React from 'react';
import { Input } from 'reactstrap';
const Component = ({ orgId }) => (
<Input data-analytics-variation="b" data-analytics-organization-id={orgId} />
export default Component;

Special Attributes#

Below are a list of special attributes that can be used to help correlate your application when querying for data in the specified service. Note the prefix may chnage if you have overwritten it in the options.


This ID can be set at the root of your project and should correspond to the ID of your application.


This is the ID of the Payer Space in which the application was navigated from. This generally will be in the query params at the time the user enters the application under spaceId