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Snowplow event tracker for client-side JavaScript. Add analytics to your websites and web apps. (See also: snowplow-nodejs-tracker)
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JavaScript web analytics for Snowplow

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Overview

Add analytics to your websites and web apps with the Snowplow event tracker for JavaScript.

With this tracker you can collect user event data (page views, e-commerce transactions etc) from the client-side tier of your websites and web apps.

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Developers

Contributing quickstart

Assuming git, Vagrant and VirtualBox installed:

 host$ git clone https://github.com/snowplow/snowplow-javascript-tracker.git
 host$ cd snowplow-javascript-tracker
 host$ vagrant up && vagrant ssh
guest$ cd /vagrant
guest$ sudo npm install
guest$ cd core
guest$ sudo npm install

Set up an ./aws.json file using the example ./aws.sample.json. If you just want to concat + minify without uploading then you don't need to fill out the aws.json file with valid credentials.

Build the package (default task concatenates and minifies) using grunt.

Testing

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Copyright and license

The Snowplow JavaScript Tracker is based on Anthon Pang's piwik.js, the JavaScript tracker for the open-source Piwik project, and is distributed under the same license (Simplified BSD).

Significant portions of the Snowplow JavaScript Tracker copyright 2010 Anthon Pang. Remainder copyright 2012-14 Snowplow Analytics Ltd.

Licensed under the Simplified BSD license.

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