The code will look like something like this :
<script src='//cdnt.netcoresmartech.com/smartechclient.js'></script> <script> smartech('create', '<Smartech Panel identifier>'); smartech('register', '<Website Identifier>'); smartech('identify', '<Unique user identifier/Primary Key of the smartech panel >'); </script>
When to enable "Custom Service Worker"
Consider having a base website for which you have different views for different locations. These views will be added as separate assets in the Netcore panel.
Now, your sw.js file is present on the root directory of main website which will end up being used for one of the views, but what about the rest?!
This is where enabling "Custom Service worker" comes into picture. Once you enable it, you can have different sw.js files handled by implementing double opt-in and individual sub-domain can have independent sw.js according to panel and site.
When it is residing on our server the size is 150 KB and when it is served via CDN it is 45 KB.
While in most cases adding the below code and the Service Worker (sw.js) file would suffice and will start capturing the user tokens to send push notifications, but if you have VAPID or OneSignal credentials being used with previous vendor, here are few more steps you need to be aware of!
Doing the above task will ensure two things -
- You will be able to Show Web Messages on your Website.
- You will be able to send Web Push Opt-In Message. (Click here for following the Opt-In Steps)
Anatomy of JS File
- At the end of the above JS code, 'Identity' is Empty.
- Ensure to pass your 'Primary Key' in Identify in case of logged in user.
- Leaving the field blank will capture user details anonymously.
- When you access the JS file as being shown above, the panel identifier and website identifier of your panel will already be pre-populated.
Once done, you will immediately be able to see tokens coming onto your CEE Platform.
Updated 5 months ago