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Ruby SDK integration with RudderStack

Get More out of RudderStack's Ruby SDK

The RudderStack Ruby SDK also enables you to filter and load your preferred destinations and disable sending your events to other destinations.

RudderStack Ruby SDK also allows you to import any historical data by simply adding the timestamp argument to your API calls. However, you can do this only for the destinations that accept historical, timestamped data, such as Amplitude, Mixpanel, etc. You may leave out the timestamp field for current events as RudderStack will automatically add the timestamps to the event requests.


What you can do with Ruby SDK

Track important events that indicate website success and customer retention (Signed Up, Product purchased, etc.

Record pageviews and other relevant information regarding the page being viewed, such as the page name, the URL, and referrer

Easily associate a user with a group (organization, account, project). Furthermore, record custom traits about the group, such as the number of employees or type of industry

Enable or disable destinations from the integrations dictionary, based on your preference

How to set up Ruby SDK Integration?

It's quite simple! Refer to our step-by-step guide and start using the Ruby SDK in no time!



How can we help you?

How do you install the Ruby SDK?

To install the Ruby SDK with RudderStack, simply add gem 'rudder_analytics_sync' in your application's Gem file.

How can you manually batch events with Ruby SDK?

You can manually batch events using the RudderStack Ruby SDK with the analytics.batch function.

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