Unobtrusive JavaScript

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jQuery.ajax() dataType: JSONP–Error Handler Not Called

I am tasked with using an external Web Service API from a different domain to return a JSON object using the dataType: JSONP. I am forced to use JSONP because it is a Cross Domain Request, and I am using an Unobtrusive JavaScript Library we host in the Azure Cloud. Sporadically, I received an error (net::ERR_NETWORK_RESET). There is an alternative external Web Service API from another domain that could provide similar results, but it’s reliability is potentially just as spotty. The documentation ......

Posted On Monday, March 17, 2014 4:43 PM | Comments (0)

Inject Pixels Into DOM

I was tasked with adding various Tracking Pixels to the DOM from an Unobtrusive JavaScript Library hosted in the Azure Cloud. It finally dawned on me that I did not have to go through the machinations of creating the pixel and appending it to the appropriate element in the DOM. All I really needed to accomplish was to have the pixel fire (meaning: send an HTTP Request to a remote Server), complete with its Query String values, which each Server on the other side needs in order to process Server-Side-Code ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 9, 2012 4:00 PM | Comments (0)

Google Analytics Cross Domain Not Working

After setting up the Cross Domain parameters properly, using _setDomainName(), _setAllowHash(), and _setAllowLinker(), and making sure to call the _trackPageview() last, using ga_debug.js in Chrome, I was able to see that the AccountID and the SessionID were still changing upon navigating to the other Domain. This meant the cookies were not being shared across the Domains using the _link() method from Google Analytics Asynchronous Library. So what is the [workaround]? After carefully studying how ......

Posted On Thursday, August 18, 2011 2:41 AM | Comments (0)

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