Use eValid to monitor users on a webpage

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Use eValid to monitor users on a webpage

Postby RalphG » Thu Aug 22, 2019 8:05 am

Morning.

I want to monitor the users on my own page, and to do so I want to put JavaScript into my page so I can collect the same statistics as eValid does in a test playback?

Is this possible?

Thanks
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Re: Use eValid to monitor users on a webpage

Postby eValid » Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:33 am

RalphG wrote:Morning.

I want to monitor the users on my own page, and to do so I want to put JavaScript into my page so I can collect the same statistics as eValid does in a test playback?

Is this possible?

Thanks


Actually, yes you can RalphG.

You can use JavaScript's access to the DOM API to extract some of the same kind of data.

Here is what eValid collects, and this information is collected by eValid using the internal APIs that exist in the browser:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... ecord.html

However, before you get too far in this topic, we should caution you that injecting JavaScript into a page to collect data on how users use your page has some security and privacy implications.

Needless to say, security and privacy issues are beyond the scope of what we can deal with in the eValid Forum.


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