Let your users know the cookies used on your site, and track their page views and events with the built-in analytics Enterprise feature.
Check out v0.5.0 → enterprise.saasrock.com.
SaasRock's v0.5.0 comes with a cookie banner + settings that ask your users to allow the website cookie usage and their purpose.
A banner will show up on every page until the user selects its preferences.
If the user wishes to inspect each cookie, they can open the cookie settings modal.
Ever time you add a new cookie detail, it will ask the user to allow (or deny) it.
Here are the initial Cookie Categories at
For every cookie you'll use, add its details at
Now, you can check for cookie consent. Let's see how we can set the Google Analytics script at
root.tsx inside the
body tag - using the
ADVERTISEMENT cookie category:
I'm using the function CookieHelper.hasConsent(...) by passing the current user session and the cookie category. This function can be used on the backend (loaders and actions) and on the frontend (React components).
Now that cookies are set 🍪, your site will track anonymously for page views and actions.
SaasRock does not intend to invent the wheel, there are great analytics solutions out there, both free and powerful. But SaasRock’s main goal is to have everything you need when building SaaS applications, at least in a minimal way.
But the main reason I’m starting to build a built-in analytics solution is to have a built-in Affiliates and Referrals program, and for that, I need to identify UTM tags within SaasRock/your-SaaS (although I know nothing about how to use them yet, so expect a lot of bugs 😅).
Unlike privacy-friendly tools like Plausible Analytics or SimpleAnalytics, SaasRock DOES use a cookie saasrock_analytics.
But this doesn't mean that SaasRock stores private data, I tried to store on the database as little data as possible:
SaasRock does not store the IP or the raw user agent.
Here's the AnalyticsUniqueVisitor database (prisma) model:
Overview - Summary of Unique Visitors, Page Views, and Events
Public Analytics - You can have the analytics data publicly available.
Of course this is v0.0.0.0.0.1 of the analytics feature, but I needed a built-in Analytics starter in order to start developing the upcoming Enterprise feature for Affiliates and Referrals, so I need to make sure that page views are tracked correctly.