Integrate Third-Party Ad Networks
- Recommended: Use Our Mediation Integration Tool
- Integrate Adapters Manually via Source Code (GitHub)
- Set Up Ad Renderers for Native Ads
The MoPub SDK can mediate most ad networks through our pre-built adapters, server-to-server integrations, and custom events. To see a current list of supported ad networks, and to get the latest certified versions of mediation adapters, visit the MoPub Mediation Integration Tool. The tool also provides a convenient integration approach, discussed below.
This guide walks you through the mediation setup process; specifically, where to download adapters and how to integrate them into your app project. You can integrate networks through our MoPub Mediation Integration Tool, or manually via source code.
Recommended: Use Our Mediation Integration Tool
We recommend that you integrate adapters from Bintray/JCenter using our MoPub Mediation Integration Tool. This is the more efficient option if you’re just getting started with mediation, and don’t need to tweak anything.
Our tool provides a new and convenient integration approach. Simply select the ad networks you want to mediate, and generate the Gradle/Cocoapods configuration required for your app setup.
Integrate Adapters Manually via Source Code (GitHub)
You can still integrate adapters manually using the existing process if you prefer. We have migrated our mediation adapters to a new GitHub repository.
Download the mediation adapters. Within the repository, you can find
.javaadapter files grouped by ad networks. Simply clone the entire repository or manually download the adapter files that you need.
Add the adapter files to your app project. In your app project, make sure the following directory paths exist (if you are a new publisher, you might not have them). You will need to place the adapter files into the respective directory depending on the ad format(s) you plan to mediate.
[app's src]/.../com/mopub/mobileads(for banner, interstitial, and rewarded video)
[app's src]/.../com/mopub/nativeads(for native ad - be sure to register your ad renderers, shown below)
Incorporate third-party SDKs into your project. This typically involves adding that network’s SDK
.jarfile to a
libsdirectory, or adding its Gradle dependency (if available). This information can usually be found on the ad network’s support page.
Set Up Ad Renderers for Native Ads
If native ad is among the formats you are mediating, create and register the appropriate renderer for each ad network to ensure your native ad views are laid out as intended.
Begin with the default
MoPubStaticNativeAdRenderer, shown below.
// Some third party SDKs rely on the MoPub renderer as a default renderer. MoPubStaticNativeAdRenderer moPubStaticNativeAdRenderer = new MoPubStaticNativeAdRenderer( new ViewBinder.Builder(R.layout.native_ad_list_item) .titleId(R.id.native_title) .textId(R.id.native_text) .mainImageId(R.id.native_main_image) .iconImageId(R.id.native_icon_image) .callToActionId(R.id.native_cta) .privacyInformationIconImageId(R.id.native_privacy_information_icon_image) .build() );
- Similarly, create ad renderers for third-party ad networks.
// AdMob final GooglePlayServicesAdRenderer googlePlayServicesAdRenderer = new GooglePlayServicesAdRenderer( new MediaViewBinder.Builder(R.layout.native_video_layout) .mediaLayoutId(R.id.native_media_layout) // bind to your `com.mopub.nativeads.MediaLayout` element .iconImageId(R.id.native_icon_image) .titleId(R.id.native_title) .textId(R.id.native_text) .callToActionId(R.id.native_cta) .privacyInformationIconImageId(R.id.native_privacy_information_icon_image) .build());
Flurry: Flurry uses its own
FlurryViewBinderthat wraps the regular
ViewBindercreated above. You may register the Flurry renderer like so:
FlurryViewBinder flurryViewBinder = new FlurryViewBinder(new FlurryViewBinder.Builder(viewBinder)); FlurryNativeAdRenderer flurryNativeAdRenderer = new FlurryNativeAdRenderer(flurryViewBinder);
Facebook: Starting with the 4.99.0 release of the Facebook Audience Network SDK, you will be using a dedicated
ViewBinderfor Facebook (
FacebookViewBinder), like so:
FacebookAdRenderer facebookAdRenderer = new FacebookAdRenderer( new FacebookAdRenderer.FacebookViewBinder.Builder(R.layout.native_ad_list_item) .titleId(R.id.native_title) .textId(R.id.native_text) // Binding to new layouts from Facebook 4.99.0+ .mediaViewId(R.id.native_main_image) .adIconViewId(R.id.native_icon_image) .adChoicesRelativeLayoutId(R.id.native_ad_choices_relative_layout) .advertiserNameId(R.id.native_title) // Bind either the titleId or advertiserNameId depending on the FB SDK version // End of binding to new layouts .callToActionId(R.id.native_cta) .build());
To know which specific layout elements to use in your XML for the
AdIconView, and AdChoices
FacebookViewBinder, refer to this sample XML layout. Additionally, depending on the Facebook SDK version you are integrating, you will need to show only either the ad title or the advertiser name. For more information about Facebook’s implementation requirements, check out this article.
Finally, register your ad renderers, as shown below. Your
classThatRegistersAdRenderersvaries depending on which native ad integration you are using. Remember to register your
// MoPubRecyclerAdapter MoPubRecyclerAdapter classThatRegistersAdRenderers = new MoPubRecyclerAdapter(...); // MoPubStreamAdPlacer MoPubStreamAdPlacer classThatRegistersAdRenderers = new MoPubStreamAdPlacer(...); // MoPubAdAdapter MoPubAdAdapter classThatRegistersAdRenderers = new MoPubAdAdapter(...); // MoPubNative MoPubNative classThatRegistersAdRenderers = new MoPubNative(...); classThatRegistersAdRenderers.registerAdRenderer(googlePlayServicesAdRenderer); classThatRegistersAdRenderers.registerAdRenderer(flurryNativeAdRenderer); classThatRegistersAdRenderers.registerAdRenderer(facebookAdRenderer); classThatRegistersAdRenderers.registerAdRenderer(staticAdRender);
Last updated March 20, 2019
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