laravel-analytics-event-tracking - Laravel package to easily send events to Google Analytics

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We proudly support the community by developing Laravel packages and giving them away for free. Keeping track of issues and pull requests takes time, but we're happy to help! If this package saves you time or if you're relying on it professionally, please consider supporting the maintenance and development. Set your Google Analytics Tracking ID in the .env file or in the config/analytics-event-tracking.php file.

https://protone.media/en/blog/tracking-events-with-google-analytics-and-a-new-laravel-package
https://github.com/protonemedia/laravel-analytics-event-tracking

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