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README.md

Asyncomni

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Omniture integration(https://sitecatalyst.omniture.com) could be painful in rails application. This project uses simple concept of using iframe to make asynchronus calls (not ajax!) to omniture to send usage tracking information.

Pre-requisites:

For Rails 3.2+ and now supports Rails 4 Applications.

Installling

Install the gem by

gem install asyncomni

OR

Include the gem in your Gemfile and run bundle install.

gem 'asyncomni'

Run the generator

rails g asyncomni:install

This will create some file for you.

create  config/omniture.yml
route   resources :omniture, :only => [:index]
create  app/views/omniture/_omniture.html.erb
append  app/views/layouts/application.html.erb

Also require asyncomni.js is your application.js

= require 'asyncomni'

By default Omniture is enabled in all Environments, if you wish to turn it off in development or other staging environments you can disable it in Omniture.yml

development:
account: 'devdemoapp'
enabled: false
<<: *defaults

That's it! :pray:

Note

This gem is currenly in early beta version but provides support of tracking user id and page names for user visits.

This project uses MIT-LICENSE.

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