Connect to Amazon Redshift

Depending on your Amazon settings, you may need to grant InnerTrends access to your Redshift security group, as presented below: After navigating to the Clusters area under Redshift Management Console, click on the cluster you want to connect: Click on the Cluster’s VPC Security Groups: Go to the Inbound rules of the security group settings […]

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Tracking code dependencies

Data accuracy and precision are critical for analysis of user behavior over longer periods of time. This is why InnerTrends tracking technology does not use cookies to identify unique users and relies on having this information provided by the app it tracks. The identity of logged in users should be made available to InnerTrends through […]

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Install InnerTrends

To start tracking with the InnerTrends¬†JavaScript library, just paste the following code into the page you want to track just before the¬†</body> tag. <script type="text/javascript"> (function(w,o,d,s) { w[‘_itlk’]=”YOUR_INNERTRENDS_TOKEN”; w[‘_itlt’]=[]; w[‘_itlq’]=[];w[‘_itld’]=s;w[o]=w[o]||{log:function(t,v,p){w[‘_itlt’].push([t,v,p])},stream:function(q){w[‘_itlq’].push([q])}}; var pa = d.createElement(‘script’), ae = d.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0], protocol = ((‘https:’ == d.location.protocol) ? ‘https://’ : ‘http://’);pa.async = 1; pa.src = protocol + ‘io.innertrends.com/itl.js’; pa.type = […]

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Installing InnerTrends using Google Tag Manager

One of the easiest way of installing InnerTrends inside your web application is via Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager (GTM) is a free tag management system. Rather than adding tracking codes to your website code every time you want to enable a new tracking technology, you can install the Tag Manager script once and […]

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