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.
For Rails 3.2+ and now supports Rails 4 Applications.
Install the gem by
gem install asyncomni
Include the gem in your Gemfile and run bundle install.
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
asyncomni.js is your
= 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
development: account: 'devdemoapp' enabled: false <<: *defaults
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.