Integrates Google Analytics deeply in the Primus client by using its event tracking functionality. This allows you to get an insight on how things are running on the client.
The module is released in the public npm registry and can be installed by running:
npm install --save primus-analytics
We assume that you've already setup your Primus server. If not we assume the following base initialization in our example code:
'use strict';var Primus =http =server = http;var primus = server;
To add this plugin to your created Primus server instance you need to use the
.use method which accepts a name and the required plugin as argument. The name
can be anything you want. It's there for lookup and debugging purposes.
Please note that after adding this plugin, you should re-generate the client
library if you are not using the primus library that is served from
Now that the server is completely set up with the correct plugins and all files have been re-compiled we can start configuring the client side. In most if not all cases you don't really need to do anything here. When you create a new Primus client it will automatically start tracking:
But everything here is configurable by supplying an
analytics object in the
options object of the
Primus constructor. The following options are
falsewe assume that you want to prevent this event from being tracked so it will not be sent to Google Analytics. This is also useful to block highly frequent events so you don't reach your event limit in Google Analytics.
errorevent, we also send the name of the application, the app property allows you to configure this name. If defaults to
var primus = ''analytics:category: 'chat server'events:'load more': 'load-more-messages''mousemove': false;