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Getting Started

This documentation will help you integrate ConsoliAds Mediation Unity plugin to get instant access to the best ad networks around the globe for optimized mobile ad analytics and earnings.

In case you are updating to v10.x.x from older versions of ConsoliAds, please see section ‘Updating from Older Versions’ and proceed to ‘Ready to Code’ show

Before you proceed to integrate, make sure you have:

Updating from Older Versions

NOTE: You can skip this step if you are integrating ConsoliAds plugin for the first time

Mandatory steps to follow

Before starting to develop on ConsoliAds Unity Plugin 10.x.x, please make sure to:

  1. Completely remove already integrated ConsoliAds: use uninstall ConsoliAds option from your Unity editor if available in your older integrated version Or completely remove relevant files according to the respective plugin documentation
  2. Remove all errors from the Unity project: failure to do so otherwise will not let the prefab refresh and you may still see the old inspector values from the previous SDK. There is no more a Configure Server button on Unity in this SDK
  3. Go through the 10.x.x complete documentation: thoroughly read the new documentation as a lot has been changed to faster implement the new level of ease
  4. Updated Unity Inspector: note that the new SDK only requires Dev Mode, User Signature and Platform configurations in the unity prefab inspector as shown below:

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NOTE: Configure Server is NO MORE REQUIRED

The apps details of the versions older than 10.x.x appear on the ConsoliAds dashboard as follows:

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Once you develop on the latest version and run your build on the DEV mode, your ConsoliAds dashboard will be updated to the latest mediation features as follows:

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Please note that you will be able to add placeholders as per the SDK ENUMs once the dashboard is updated.

Create an App

NOTE: You can skip this step if you’ve already created your app on ConsoliAds dashboard

    1. From the left sidebar, navigate to Apps-> New App

new app creation

  1. Simply import your Live app or manually enter the required information and proceed to ‘Finish’ to instantly create your app

Download & Import SDK

    1. Download the latest ConsoliAds Mediation plugin for your required Unity version from https://portal.consoliads.com/download/unity

Note: Use ‘Recommended Mediation Unity Plugin with 7 Ad Networks’ for faster and easier integration yet ensuring maximum revenues

  1. Open your Unity Project and import the downloaded plugin; ignore any warnings that may appear

Add Prefab to your Scene

    1. In your project explorer, go to “Assets\ConsoliAds\Prefab” or search for “ConsoliAds”
    2. Drag and drop ConsoliAds prefab into your first scene.
    3. devMode: when true, it simulates the development environment and prevents developers from changing Live app settings. Complete app development should be done with ‘Dev Mode’ ON. When an app is ready to be published, ‘Dev Mode’ MUST BE turned OFF. (NOTE: Don’t forget to see ‘More About Dev Mode’ section before making the final build)
    4. userSignature: string to identify the user according to his role and rights provided on the ConsoliAds dashboard
      1. The user signature can be obtained by going to your Personal Info by clicking on your name in the right corner of the top bar on your dashboard
      2. Copy the required user signature for the above initialize argument

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  1. Platform: enum to specify the build platform such as PlatForm.Google, PlatForm.Apple, PlatForm.Amazon

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Ready to Code

Plugin Initialization

ConsoliAds mediation needs to be explicitly initialized, using the following code, once the  prefab is active:

ConsoliAds.Instance.initialize(userConsent);

userConsent: TRUE if user agrees to share his data and opts for personalized ads, FALSE otherwise. This flag is used for GDPR and CCPA compliance both. 

NOTE: all initialize params cannot be modified once ConsoliAds is initialized

Display Interstitial/Video Ad

Load interstitial/Video Ad

Showing interstitial ad requires loading it beforehand. Use the following to load a interstitial ad:

ConsoliAds.Instance.LoadInterstitial();
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.LoadInterstitial(PlaceholderName);

It is highly recommended to call LoadInterstitial() as early as possible after ConsoliAds has been initialized, e.g. in the Start() method of a script, to allow ad to be pre-loaded.

NOTE: calling LoadInterstitial multiple times does not results in multiple ad network requests

Check Interstitial/Video Ad Availability

Despite having the LoadInterstitial called, interstitial ad availability should be explicitly checked. Check interstitial ad availability by using the following methods:

ConsoliAds.Instance.IsInterstitialAvailable();
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.IsInterstitialAvailable (PlaceholderName);

PlaceholderName: enum of the placeholder (such as PlaceholderName.Default, PlaceholderName.MainMenu) from the ‘Placeholders’ tab in your app details of the ConsoliAds dashboard. No placeholder value is required if you do not have your own placeholders added.

Return value (boolean):

  • True if the ad is available
  • False if the ad is not available

NOTE: Please make sure that the placeholder is also added on the  dashboard before using

Show interstitial Ad

Add the following lines of code to show an interstitial ad in your app:

ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowInterstitial();
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowInterstitial(PlaceholderName);

** BEST PRACTICE: A common effective way to display ads is by calling loadInterstitial in onInterstitialAdShownEvent. **

Static Interstitial Ad

To show an Image Only interstitial ad, enable Static Interstitial option on your desired placeholder from the App Details->Placeholders & Ads section as shown below:

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Display Rewarded Video Ad

Load Rewarded Ad

Showing rewarded video requires loading it beforehand. Use the following to load a rewarded ad:

ConsoliAds.Instance.LoadRewarded();
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.LoadRewarded(PlaceholderName);

It is highly recommended to call LoadRewarded() as early as possible e.g. in the Start() method of a script to allow videos to be pre-loaded.

Check Rewarded Ad Availability

Despite having the ad load called, rewarded video availability should be explicitly checked. Check rewarded video ad availability by using following method:

ConsoliAds.Instance.IsRewardedVideoAvailable ();
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.IsRewardedVideoAvailable (PlaceholderName);

PlaceholderName: enum of the placeholder (such as PlaceholderName.Default, PlaceholderName.MainMenu) from the ‘Placeholders’ tab in your app details of the ConsoliAds dashboard. No placeholder value is required if you do not have your own placeholders added.

Return value (boolean):

  • True if the ad is available
  • False if the ad is not available

NOTE: Please make sure that the placeholder is also added on the  dashboard before using

Show Rewarded Video
ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowRewardedVideo();
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowRewardedVideo(PlaceholderName);

PlaceholderName: enum of the placeholder (such as PlaceholderName.Default, PlaceholderName.MainMenu) from the ‘Placeholders’ tab in your app details of the ConsoliAds dashboard. No placeholder value is required if you do not have your own placeholders added.

NOTE: Please make sure that the placeholder is also added on the  dashboard before using

Reward Users

In order to reward your user, a callback needs to be implemented with your lines of code to incentivize the user. ConsoliAds mediation implements a single callback regardless of any ad network used.

In the Start() method of your script use the following code to attach your functions with ConsoliAds Rewarded Video Completed callback:

ConsoliAds.onRewardedVideoAdCompletedEvent += onRewardedVideoCompleted;

Provide the following definition of the method to reward your users: 

public void onRewardedVideoCompleted(PlaceholderName placeholderName)
{
    // Write your code to reward your user here
}

Display Banner Ad

To show banner ad you need to first create a ConsoliAdsBannerView object which can be initialized as:

ConsoliAdsBannerView consoliAdsBannerView = new ConsoliAdsBannerView();

Now use the following code to display the banner:

ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowBanner(consoliAdsBannerView);
OR
ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowBanner(consoliAdsBannerView, PlaceholderName);

PlaceholderName: enum of the placeholder (such as PlaceholderName.Default, PlaceholderName.MainMenu) from the ‘Placeholders’ tab in your app details of the ConsoliAds dashboard. No placeholder value is required if you do not have your own placeholders added.

NOTE: Please make sure that the placeholder is also added on the  dashboard before using

To hide Banner, use the following:

ConsoliAds.Instance.HideBanner(consoliAdsBannerView);

Display Native Ad

When integrating Native ads please keep the following prerequisites in mind:

  • Prefab of the native ad must be dragged inside the canvas.
  • Main camera of the prefab must be assigned to the game’s main camera.
  • In the prefab of native ad pos Z value is “0”. You only need to set x and y of the prefab.
  • Press ctrl+S to save the settings of prefab and DO NOT click on the Apply button in the Unity inspector.

Use the following steps to directly integrate native ad using prefab:

  1. Drag the ‘ConsoliAdsNative’ prefab into your scene (figure: point 1).
  2. Select ‘Placeholder Name’ to show native Ad (figure: point 2).
  3. Add width and height for the native Ad on the consoliads portal.
  4. ‘ConsoliAdsNative’ prefab has its own script and automatically shows the ad when the prefab initiates.

NOTE: You can change the height and width of the native ad as per your need

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Native ads mediation is supported for following ad networks:

Facebook, Admob, ConsoliAds ,Applovin ,StartApp,Mopub ,Mintegral

Display Icon Ad

While integrating Icon ads, please keep the following prerequisites in mind:

  • Prefab of the icon ad must be dragged inside the canvas.
  • The tag of the game’s main camera must be “Main Camera”.
  • In the prefab of native ad pos Z value is “0”. You only need to set x and y of the prefab.
  • Press ctrl+S to save the settings of prefab and DO NOT click on the Apply button in the Unity inspector.

Use the following steps to directly integrate icon ad using prefab:

  1. Drag the ‘ConsoliAdsIconAd’ prefab into your scene (figure: point 1).
  2. Select ‘Placeholder Name’ to show icon Ad (figure: point 2).
  3. Select ‘Animation Type’ for your icon Ad (figure: point 3)
  4. Select the animation to loop infinitely by enabling the checkbox, ‘isAnimationInfinite’ (figure: point 4)
  5. Add icon Ad size in the consoliads portal.
  6. ‘ConsoliAdsIconAd’ prefab has its own script and automatically shows the ad when the prefab initiates. You can choose your icon animation style.

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Hide All Ads

If you want to hide all ads, except Rewarded Ads, from your entire app to implement any game logic or in-app purchase, use the following:

ConsoliAds.Instance.hideAllAds();

NOTE: You only need to call this method once in your script to hide all ads from your app

Using More Apps URL and Support Email

    • The more apps URL and support email are added against a particular brand from the ConsoliAds dashboard
    • To access more apps URL, use: 
ConsoliAds.Instance.MoreFunURL()
    • To access support email, use:
ConsoliAds.Instance.SupportEmail()

Build and Run

Enable the Dev Mode checkbox in “ConsoliAds” prefab. Build and Run your project, this will sync your project settings with the application on the portal. There is no more Configure Server.

More About Dev Mode

  • Please note that the ‘Dev Mode’ has its own following settings to modify your app under development before impacting the LIVE app:
    • Test Mode
    • Hide All Ads
  • If you make your build with ‘Dev Mode’ enabled, the ad configurations from ‘Dev. Placeholder and Ads‘ tab on the dashboard would be used.
  • If you make your build with ‘Dev Mode’ disabled, the ad configurations from ‘Live Placeholder and Ads‘ tab on the dashboard would be used.
  • After adding or editing Ad IDs for Admob, Chartboost or Facebook. It is necessary to click the “Apply to Live” button to be applied on Live placeholders and ads
Applying Dev Settings to Live

In order to see the ‘Dev Mode’ settings on ConsoliAds dashboard, open the ‘Placeholder & Ads (DEV)‘ tab in the details of your specific app as shown below:

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Click ‘Apply to Live’ to apply these configurations to your live app.

NOTE: if the configurations are mistakenly applied to LIVE, you can undo by modifying the DEV configurations and applying again.

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Add Ad Network

  1. Log in to your ConsoliAds dashboard and download your required ad network standalone plugin from https://portal.consoliads.com/download/adnetworksdk/unity
  2.  Double click on the downloaded package
  3. A dialog box will appear, select All and click on “Import”. 
Few Additional Settings
Admob

NOTE: You can skip this step if you are not using Admob ad network plugin OR if you are not building for Android

Add the following metadata inside the Manifest application tag.

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NOTE: ca-app-pub-3940256099942544~3347511713 is a test Application ID. You need to make sure that you add your Admob APPLICATION_ID available from your Admob dashboard.

Remove Ad Network

You can simply remove an ad network from your Unity project by using ConsoliAds menu in the Unity editor menu bar. 

  • Select ConsoliAds from the Unity editor menu bar 
  • From the uninstall ad network list, select the ad network that you want to remove from your project

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Building for Android

Play Services Resolver

You need to download play services resolver for Android integration from the ConsoliAds menu in the Unity editor menu bar or from the following site.

https://github.com/googlesamples/unity-jar-resolver/releases

  • Download the zip file of the latest version. 
  • Unzip the above downloaded zip file and find the unity package of play resolver. 
  • Import it in your current project. It will automatically start downloading play services files. If it does not automatically start, then you need to resolve it yourself. Go to Menu->Assets->Play Services Resolver -> Force Resolve.

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Resolver Settings for Unity 2018.x.x

  1. Go to Assets->Plugins->Android in unity project and delete the file named mainTemplate.gradle
  2. Go to Menu->Assets->External Dependency Manager -> Android Resolver -> Settings .
    1. Apply Reset to Defaults in resolver setting dialog.
    2. Required settings for play services resolver.
      • Use Gradle Daemon should be checked
      • Enable Auto-Resolution should be un-checked
      • Enable Resolution On Build should be un-checked

resolver settings

AndroidX Support (Recommended)

To enable AndroidX support for your app: 

  • Go to your Play Service Resolver Android Settings and enable Jetifier. 
  • Your application will be required to have multi dex support when the Jetifier is enabled. 

MultiDex Support

For Unity Editor 2018
    • In your android build settings on Unity enable Custom Gradle Template
    • Add the following attribute in the application tag of your Android Manifest
android:name="androidx.multidex.MultiDexApplication"
    •  In mainTemplate.gradle add the following in dependencies section 
implementation 'androidx.multidex:multidex:2.0.1'
    • In mainTemplate.gradle add in defaultConfig
multiDexEnabled true
For Unity Editor 2019 & above
  • From Unity player setting enable the following
    • Custom Main Manifest
    • Custom Gradle Template
    • Custom Launcher Gradle Template
    • Custom Gradle Property Template
    • Add the following attribute in the application tag of your Android Manifest:
android:name="androidx.multidex.MultiDexApplication"
    • In gradleTemplate.properties file add the following
android.useAndroidX=true 
android.enableJetifier=true
    • In the dependencies section of the launcherTemplate file, add the following:
implementation 'androidx.multidex:multidex:2.0.1'
    • In the defaultConfig section of the launcherTemplate file, add the following:
multiDexEnabled true

** Congratulations, You are ready to build your app on to your android mobile device to see all the ad placements showing ads according to your Test Mode **

Building for iOS

  •  XCode version should be 12 or higher.
  • Go to build settings-> player settings-> Other settings-> Target minimum iOS version set it to 9.0
  • In your Xcode project, select your target Build Settings and make sure that you have added the following flag in “Other linker Flags”
    • -ObjC
  • In your Xcode project, select your target Build Settings and:
    • Enable module option (c and objective-c)
    • Enable Objective-C Exceptions
  • In your Xcode project, select your target Build Phases, inside “Link Binaries With Libraries” drop down add these frameworks:
    • Webkit.framework
  • Add the following key/value pair in the plist:
    • Key: gad_preferred_webview 
    • Value: wkwebview 
  • If you have made an Xcode build on a Windows PC, you may have to perform the following steps:
    • Make sure that the following libraries and frameworks are linked to your project. if they are not automatically included, you need to manually add them.
      • Libz.1.2.5.tbd
      • Libz.tbd
      • Libxml2.tbd
      • Libobjc.tbd
      • Libsqlite3.tbd
      • AddressBook.framework
      • AddressBookUI.framework
      • SystemConfiguration.framework
      • QuartzCore.framework
      • MessageUI.framework
      • MobileCoreServices.framework
      • MediaPlayer.framework
      • EventKitUI.framework
      • EventKit.framework
      • CoreData.framework
      • CoreVideo.framework
      • CoreMotion.framework
      • CoreMedia.framework
      • CoreTelephony.framework
      • CoreText.framework
      • CoreGraphics.framework
      • AVFoundation.framework
      • AVKit.framework
      • AudioToolbox.framework
      • AdSupport.framework
      • Social.framework
      • StoreKit.framework
      • Webkit.framework
Additional Steps for iOS 14

To display the App Tracking Transparency authorization request for accessing the IDFA, in your project settings goto Info and add a Key in “Custom iOS Target Properties” as:

  • Name: Privacy – Tracking Usage Description
  • Type: String
  • Value: This identifier will be used to deliver personalized ads to you.

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The usage description appears as part of the App Tracking Transparency dialog, as shown below:

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Note: Before submitting your application to review on appStore, you need to make sure to add the following in your ‘App Privacy’ section.

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SKAdNetwork Framework

The Following Ad Networks supports conversion tracking using Apple’s SKAdNetwork, which means they are able to attribute an app install even when IDFA is unavailable.

In your project settings goto Info and add a Key in “Custom iOS Target Properties” as:

  • Name: SKAdNetworkItems
  • Type: Array

Then add item for the array as follows:

  • Name:
  • Type: Dictionary

Having the following item Key:

  • Name: SKAdNetworkIdentifier
  • Type: String
  • Value:

An example of the added value can be seen as follows:

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Please get the Ad Networks ids for your integrated Ad Network from the table

Ad Network Name Ad Network ID XML Formate
Admob cstr6suwn9.skadnetwork View XML 
Adcolony 4PFYVQ9L8R.skadnetwork View XML 
IronSource SU67R6K2V3.skadnetwork View XML 
UnityAds 4DZT52R2T5.skadnetwork View XML 
Tapjoy ECPZ2SRF59.skadnetwork View XML 
Chartboost f38h382jlk.skadnetwork View XML 
Vungle GTA9LK7P23.skadnetwork View XML 
Mintegral KBD757YWX3.skadnetwork View XML 
Facebook v9wttpbfk9.skadnetwork

n38lu8286q.skadnetwork

View XML 
Mopub 7953jerfzd.skadnetwork View XML
Kidoz v79kvwwj4g.skadnetwork View XML
Applovin ludvb6z3bs.skadnetwork View XML
INMOBI wzmmz9fp6w.skadnetwork View XML
StartApp 5l3tpt7t6e.skadnetwork View XML
Few Exceptions
  • If you are using Admob please make sure to add this key in info plist GADApplicationIdentifier and set its value to your admob AppID
  • If you are using Mopub please embed the frameworks as following
    • Embed the  MoPub.xcframework  by selecting target”unity-iphone” -> build phases ->Embed Framework
    • For Unity 2019
      • Embed the  MoPub.xcframework  by selecting target”unity-iphone” -> build phases ->Embed Framework

** Congratulations, You are ready to build your app on to your iOS mobile device to see all the ad placements showing ads according to your Test Mode **

App Settings on ConsoliAds Dashboard

After successfully integrating your app with ConsoliAds plugin, following app settings can be explored on the ConsoliAds dashboard in the App Details section: 

Test Mode

By Default a new application is in Test Mode. In Test Mode only test ads are shown. Test Mode can ONLY be disabled by importing your app in the Details tab.

Ad Network IDs

If you are using Admob, Facebook Audience Network or Chartboost you need to provide their Ad IDs on the dashboard in your app Ad Networks section. 

All other integrated ad networks will automatically go Live once your app’s Test Mode is disabled. 

Ad Filters

Apply all ad filters, for the integrated ad networks, with complete ease from the ConsoliAds dashboard in the Ad Filters section of the app details.

Debug Logs

If enabled, debug logs will be shown for your app in respective editors for Android and iOS.

Child Directed

Child Directed enables your application with complete COPPA compliance.

Hide Ads

All ads, except Rewarded Videos, can be completely turned OFF using Hide Ads on the dashboard.

Auto Mediation

Auto Mediation automatically optimizes your ad networks for each region and each ad format pertaining to every placeholder in your app such that you get the best eCPMs. 

We highly recommend to use Auto Mediation in order to witness instant revenue increments upto 20%

For Advance Development

More ConsoliAdsBannerView() definitions

ConsoliAdsBannerView object which can also be initialized according to the following function definitions:

  • Using custom size
AdSize size = new AdSize (300,250);
ConsoliAdsBannerView consoliAdsBannerView = new ConsoliAdsBannerView( size );
  • Using a custom position
AdPosition position = new AdPosition (100 , 200);
ConsoliAdsBannerView consoliAdsBannerView = new ConsoliAdsBannerView( position  );
  • Using a custom size and position
AdSize size = new AdSize (300,250);
AdPosition position = new AdPosition (100 , 200);
ConsoliAdsBannerView consoliAdsBannerView = new ConsoliAdsBannerView( size  , position  );

Show/Hide Native Ad programmatically

  1. In order to manually manipulate the native ad, remove the script attached with the ‘ConsoliAdsNative’ prefab.
  2. Create a game object variable in your script.
  3. Attach variable with the prefab that you have attached in your scene.
Show Native Ad Using ConsoliAds:

ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowNativeAd(GameObject nativeGameObject, PlaceholderName placeholderName);

Hide Native Ad Using ConsoliAds:

ConsoliAds.Instance.HideNative();

Show/Hide Icon Ad programmatically

  1. In order to manually manipulate the native ad, remove the script attached with the ‘ConsoliAdsIconAd’ prefab.
  2. Create a game object variable in your script.
  3. Attach variable with the prefab that you have attached in your scene.
Icon Ad Animation:

ConsoliAds supports pre-defined animations of icon ads. You need to pass the following animation type enum in the show call:

  • NONE
  • SHAKE 
  • PULSE

Consoliads facilitate you to choose finite or infinite animation

  • true: the animation will continue throughout the life of IconAd.
  • false:  the animation will stop after a specific time and then restart animation for icon on refresh
Show Icon Ad using ConsoliAds:
ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowIconAd(GameObject iconAdGameObject , IconAnimationType.PULSE , bool isAnimationInfinite , PlaceholderName placeholderName);
Hide Icon Ad using ConsoliAds:
ConsoliAds.Instance.DestoryIconAd (GameObject iconAdGameObject);

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Show Multiple Icon Ads through Prefab

To show multiple Icon Ads, make sure you know all the steps required to display a single Icon Ad. Follow the below mentioned additional steps to display multiple Icon Ads:

  • Search ‘ConsoliAdsIconAd’ from assets and drag it into Canvas. 
  • To duplicate or add multiple icon ads, select ‘ConsoliAdsIconAd’ in the scene and duplicate it by using the key combination command+D (or control+d on windows) as shown in figure: Point 1.
  • You can change the X value of prefab (figure: Point 2), by dragging the red arrow horizontally, according to your placement need to show the icon ad.
  • You can change the Y value of prefab (figure: Point 3), by dragging the red arrow vertically, according to your placement need to show the icon ad.
  • To show IconAd you need to select the Placeholder Name for each IconAd prefab. (figure: Point 4)
  • Every prefab has its own script. You just need to add prefab and select the Placeholder Name, icon ad will be automatically shown when the prefab initiates.

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Show Multiple Icon Ads Programmatically
  • Create a variable of type GameObject.
  • Use this game object as parameter to call:
ConsoliAds.Instance.ShowIconAd(GameObject iconAdGameObject , IconAnimationType.PULSE , bool isAnimationInfinite , PlaceholderName placeholderName);
Hide Multiple Icon Ads Programmatically
  • Use the same game object as parameter to call:
ConsoliAds.Instance.DestoryIconAd (GameObject iconAdGameObject_2);

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Implementing Callback Events

ConsoliAds implements single callback events for all Ad Networks. Following callbacks can be used as per need:

public static event Action onConsoliAdsInitializationSuccess;
Interstitial Callbacks:
public static event Action onInterstitialAdShownEvent;
public static event Action onInterstitialAdFailedToShowEvent;
public static event Action  onInterstitialAdClosedEvent;
public static event Action onInterstitialAdClickedEvent;
public static event Action  onInterstitialAdLoaded;
public static event Action  onInterstitialAdFailToLoad;
Rewarded Video Callbacks:
public static event Action  onRewardedVideoAdLoadedEvent;
public static event Action  onRewardedVideoAdFailToLoadEvent;
public static event Action  onRewardedVideoAdShownEvent;
public static event Action  onRewardedVideoAdFailToShowEvent;
public static event Action  onRewardedVideoAdCompletedEvent;
public static event Action  onRewardedVideoAdClosedEvent;
public static event Action onRewardedVideoAdClickEvent;
Banner Callbacks:
public static event Action onBannerAdShownEvent;
public static event Action onBannerAdFailToShowEvent;
public static event Action onBannerAdClickEvent;
public static event Action onBannerAdRefreshEvent;
Icon Callbacks:
public static event Action onIconAdShownEvent;
public static event Action onIconAdFailedToShowEvent;
public static event Action onIconAdCloseEvent;
public static event Action onIconAdClickEvent;
public static event Action onIconAdRefreshEvent;
Native Callbacks
public static event Action onNativeAdShownEvent;
public static event Action onNativeAdFailedToShownEvent;
public static event Action onNativeAdClickEvent;

More Help Sources of Integration

ConsoliAds Sample Project:

You can download the sample project from https://portal.consoliads.com/download/unity to see complete ConsoliAds integration already implemented for all ad formats.

Youtube Videos:

You can watch short integrations videos on our youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nExp4zfb0xc, to further explore integrations with ConsoliAds.

ConsoliAds GitHub forum

If you are having any technical issues, you can visit https://github.com/teamconsoliads/sampleapp-unity to view known issues, share problems and suggestions.