<key>MiSDKAppID</key> <string>your iOS app id</string> <key>MiSDKAppKey</key> <string>your iOS app key</string>
FlutterMiStat.init( androidAppId: ANDROID_APP_ID, androidAppKey: ANDROID_APP_KEY, channel: CHANNEL, policy: FlutterMiStat.UPLOAD_POLICY_REAL_TIME, enableURLStat: true, );
FlutterMiStat.recordCountEvent( category: category, key: key, params: params, );
Demonstrates how to use the flutter_mi_stat plugin.
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