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jQuery UI Tracking Basics (Asynchronous Syntax) - Google Analytics ga.js is a JavaScript library for measuring how users interact with your website. This is a legacy library. If you are getting started with Google Analytics you should use the latest tracking library, analytics.js. Tracking Code Quickstart The Analytics snippet is a small piece of JavaScript code that you paste into your pages. If you need to do more than basic page tracking, see the tracking reference for a list of methods available in the API and see the Usage Guide for details on using the asynchronous syntax. var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-XXXXX-X']); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); The snippet above represents the minimum configuration needed to track a page asynchronously. Important: If you are updating your pages from the traditional snippet to the latest, asynchronous version, you should remove the existing tracking snippet first. How the Asynchronous Syntax Works The _gaq object is what makes the asynchronous syntax possible. var pageTracker = _gat. Back to Top

DHTMLX dhtmlxSuite is a JavaScript library that provides a complete set of Ajax- powered UI components. Use dhtmlxSuite to build enterprise-level web apps with clean interface, fast performance, and rich user experience. Download and use dhtmlxSuite Standard for free under GNU GPL v2. dhtmlxSuite PRO is distributed under Commercial or Enterprise license. To get a full featured trial version, send us a request. Latest update: version 4.6 (what's new | migration guide) DHTMLX Suite 4.6 brings Today and Clear buttons in dhtmlxCalendar and multiple bug fixes and improvements. Full list of changes can be found here Demo Apps & Learning Resources View screenshots Check the demo apps, technical samples, and tutorials to see the power of the DHTMLX UI components and get started with the the DHTMLX toolkit: Supported Browsers: Start Developing Web Apps Faster DHTMLX is a full-featured and mature JavaScript UI library with years of development behind it and thousands of users worldwide. Integration with IDEs

Verify your web tracking setup - Analytics Help There are a few ways you can check to see if the Google Analytics tracking code on your website is working. If you don’t think it's working correctly, review your set up, or try to set up the web tracking code again. It can take up to 24 hours for the Google Analytics servers to update after you make a change to your tracking code, so if you’ve recently completed or changed your set up, wait before you check to see if it’s working. Check the Tracking Status in your property In every web property in your Google Analytics account, you can see the Tracking Status, which tells you if your tracking code is working or not. Sign in to your Analytics account. Check your Real-Time reports With the Real-Time reports, you can monitor user activity as it happens. Sign in to your Analytics account. If you don’t see any data in your reports, check the date range to make sure you’re looking at today’s date. Install and use the Google Analytics Debugger extension (only for Chrome)

Ample SDK 15. Expression-Based Access Control Method security is a bit more complicated than a simple allow or deny rule. Spring Security 3.0 introduced some new annotations in order to allow comprehensive support for the use of expressions. 15.3.1 @Pre and @Post Annotations There are four annotations which support expression attributes to allow pre and post-invocation authorization checks and also to support filtering of submitted collection arguments or return values. Access Control using @PreAuthorize and @PostAuthorize The most obviously useful annotation is @PreAuthorize which decides whether a method can actually be invoked or not. @PreAuthorize("hasRole('ROLE_USER')") public void create(Contact contact); which means that access will only be allowed for users with the role "ROLE_USER". @PreAuthorize("hasPermission(#contact, 'admin')") public void deletePermission(Contact contact, Sid recipient, Permission permission); @PreAuthorize(" ==") public void doSomething(Contact contact);

jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library Develop - the JBoss Way Introduction & Getting Started Get started developing The JBoss Way by following this inclusive tutorial. The target audience for this tutorial are those individuals who do not yet have a great deal of experience with Eclipse + JBoss Tools (JBoss Developer Studio), JBoss Enterprise Application 6 or JBoss AS 7, Java EE 6 features like JAX-RS or HTML5 & jQuery for building an mobile web front-end. If you prefer to watch instead of read, a large portion of this content is also covered in video form at link. In this tutorial, we will touch on the following: - Working with JBoss Developer Studio (Eclipse + JBoss Tools) - Creating of a Java EE 6 project via a Maven archetype - Leveraging m2e and m2e-wtp - Using Forge to create a JPA entity - Using Hibernate Tools - Database Schema Generation - Deployment to a local JBoss Server - Adding a JAX-RS endpoint - Adding a jQuery Mobile client - Using the Mobile BrowserSim

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