Fast.io Developer Documentation

Fast.io simplifies the delivery of sales and marketing materials - documents, PDFs, images, videos, and websites. If you're already storing your documents in the cloud, no changes are required, and there's no need for an IT department.

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Google Analytics

A break-down of how usage is reported to Google Analytics.

When configured, Fast reports data to Google Analytics in near real-time with a skew of 5-10 seconds typically.

Below is a mapping of fields to Google Analytics in version 1.0 of the Fast API. Fast reports traffic to Google Analytics as pageviews using the Token ID you provide.

GA Field

GA Desc

Fast Desc

ds

Data Source

This is always set to a static string, Fast.io.

cid

Client ID

A unique UUID assigned of each user accessing a Fast CDN.

uip

User IP Address

A true client IP address which is the actual IP that connected to the edge of our network.

ua

User Agent

The client's user agent.

dh

Document Host

The hostname of the server connected to including the top level domain name.

dl

Document Link

The full URL request made by the client including protocol.

dp

Document Path

The path requested by the client which is the path in your servers Fast folder.

an

Application Name

This is the event name you configured for the analytics profile.

cg1

Content Group

Fast reports the content type as the content group, which is equivalent to the MIME type of the content.

plt

Page Load Time

The amount of time it took for the clients request to be fully serviced and delivered in milliseconds.

pdt

Page Download Time

The amount of time it took for the clients request to be fully serviced and delivered in milliseconds.

qt

Query Time

The time skew between when the request was made and the event was reported to Google Analytics, in milliseconds.

Updated 2 years ago

Google Analytics


A break-down of how usage is reported to Google Analytics.

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