Dev tools for analytics implementation

Go from developer handoffs to ongoing conversations with a shared language between data and development—without all the manual spec writing and data QA.

Implement correctly on the
first try with Avo

Avo provides a range of developer tools to prevent mistakes when implementing analytics.

Generated instructions

Auto-generated implementation instructions that include code snippets.


Validation tools accessible to everyone to verify correct implementation.


Generated type-safe tracking wrappers that eliminate human error.

Auto-generated instructions

Generate comprehensive implementation instructions from the tracking plan to prevent any misalignment on how the data should be implemented.

A pseudocode snippet that shows exactly what changes need to be made in code. Nothing more, nothing less.

Code changes docs

Validation of implemented tracking

Avo makes it easy for anyone to verify that the implementation is according to spec. In-app debuggers show all events that are sent when you navigate your product, highlighting errors.

In your tracking plan, use the implementation status to confirm that implementation is completed and correct.

In-app debugger docs

Codegen with type-safety

Use the Avo CLI to generate a file in your programming language with type-safe tracking wrappers.

Implement faster with autocompletion and get instant feedback with compile-time and runtime validation.

Codegen overview docs

Common questions

Do I have to use codegen to be able to use Avo?

No you don’t! Whether you use codegen or not, you will benefit from detailed implementation instructions with a pseudocode snippet and validation of correct implementation. Those tools alone improve collaboration as well as implementation speed and accuracy. Read more about implementing with or without codegen.

Do I need to replace my existing tracking code?

No you don’t! You can adopt Avo and benefit from the data design and developer tools without changing your implementation method at all. If you want to adopt Codegen we recommend a gradual approach where you use Codegen to fix issues in your current implementation and implement new tracking. Read more on using Codegen alongside existing tracking in our docs.

Are in-app debuggers supported for my platform?

In-app debuggers are available both on mobile and web. The mobile debuggers are open source and available whether you are using codegen or not. Supported mobile platforms are Android, iOS and React Native.

The web debugger is currently only available with Codegen and is available for TypeScript, JavaScript, and Rescript.

If you have an uncommon question, feel free to get in touch with our team.

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