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 Project Readme

BrazeRuby

A wrapper for the Braze REST API. Forked from https://github.com/DynamoMTL/appboy

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'braze_ruby'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install braze_ruby

Examples

Initializing API

api = BrazeRuby::API.new('<braze-rest-api-key>', '<braze-rest-api-url')

Track User Attributes

api.track_users(attributes: [{
  external_id: 123,
  first_name: 'John',
  last_name: 'Smith',
  gender: 'male',
  email: 'jsmith@example.com'
}])
Track Attributes for Single User
api.track_attribute(external_id: 123, first_name: 'John', ...)

Track Event

api.track_users(events: [{
  external_id: 123,
  name: 'add-to-cart',
  time: Time.now
}])
Track Events for Single User
api.track_event(external_id: 123, name: 'Event', ...)

Track Purchase

api.track_users(purchases: [{
  external_id: 123,
  product_id: 456,
  currency: 'CAD',
  price: 1.99,
  time: Time.now
}])
Track Purchases for Single User
api.track_purchase(external_id: 123, product_id: 456, ...)

Track Everything for Everyone All at Once

api.track_users(purchases: purchases, events: events, attributes: attributes)

Send Message

Messages Payload
messages = {
  android_push: { alert: 'Hello Android' },
  apple_push:   { alert: "Hello iOS" }
}
Option A, Using External User IDs
api.send_messages(messages: messages, external_user_ids: [123, 456])
Option B, Using Segment ID
api.send_messages(messages: messages, segment_id: '<segment-id>')

Schedule Message

api.schedule_messages(send_at: 1.hour.since, messages: messages, external_user_ids: [123, 456])

Send Campaigns

api.trigger_campaign_send(
  campaign_id: 'campaign-id',
  recipients: [external_user_id: 123, trigger_properties: {first_name: 'John'}]
)

Send Canvas

api.trigger_canvas_send(
  canvas_id: 'canvas-id',
  recipients: [external_user_id: 123, canvas_entry_properties: {first_name: 'John'}]
)

Changing Email Subscription

api.email_status(email: 'john@example.com', status: :opted_in)

List Segments

api.list_segments

Export Users

By IDs

api.export_users(external_ids: [1])

By Segment

api.export_users(segment_id: segment_id, callback_endpoint: 'https://example.com')

Delete Users

Delete Braze Users with an array of external_ids

api.delete_users([1, 2, 3])

Subscription groups

Get subscription group status for users by id

api.subscription_user_status(external_id: [1])

Get users status for a specific subscription group

api.subscription_status_get(
  external_id: [1],
  subscription_group_id: 'some-uuid'
)

Set user status for a specific subscription group

api.subscription_status_set(
  external_id: [1],
  subscription_group_id: 'some-uuid',
  subscription_state: 'subscribed|unsubscribed'
)

User Identification

Identify an alias-only user

api.identify_users(
  aliases_to_identify: [{
    external_id: 1234,
    user_alias: {
      alias_name: "device123",
      alias_label: "my_device_identifier",
    }
  }]
)

Debugging

The BRAZE_RUBY_DEBUG environment variable will trigger full printouts of the Faraday gem's HTTP requests and responses.

cd /my/app
export BRAZE_RUBY_DEBUG=true
bundle exec rails whatever

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request