Tag Archives for ColdFusion
Google Analytics provides a Core Reporting API (Version 3) that allows for the extraction of data into custom dashboards and interfaces. The API uses OAuth 2 for authentication with refresh tokens for offline access. ColdFusion can tap into the API quite easily.
With jQuery 1.8 and prior, you could include some simple HTML in the selection menu and it would render. With post 1.8 converting the results as strings, the HTML failed to render. Workaround The source page (states.php) for the jQuery is coded as such: The example simply concatenates on an image file. For the purpose [...]
Requests for simple data like clicks and impressions from the Google Adwords API can be made via SOAP requests. For more complex data and calculations, the client libraries are more aptly suited. This example does not use the sandbox. Calls to it will counts against the Adwords units. It also uses the latest version of [...]
As requested, this post covers using one jquery autocomplete to populate another jquery autocomplete on the same page. This example will use a jquery autocomplete to choose a state then, based on the state, another jquery autocomplete will be populated with zip codes for that state. Basically, the state chosen gets used as a filter [...]
To send secure AuthSub requests to Google Analytics, you have to sign the request with a private key that is verified against the certificate you upload to Google. Google has a library where this can be done in Java that is specific to Google Analytics and, provided you can add .jar files to your ColdFusion [...]