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playground to test code. It runs a full
Node.js environment and already has all of
npm’s 400,000 packages pre-installed, including
mixpanel-browser with all
npm packages installed. Try it out:
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intended to be used by websites wishing to send data to Mixpanel projects. A full reference
is available here.
This library is available as a package on NPM (named
mixpanel-browser to distinguish it from Mixpanel's server-side Node.js library, available on NPM as
mixpanel). To install into a project using NPM with a front-end packager such as Browserify or Webpack:
npm install --save mixpanel-browser
You can then require the lib like a standard Node.js module:
var mixpanel = require('mixpanel-browser'); mixpanel.init("YOUR_TOKEN"); mixpanel.track("An event");
mixpanel-js is also available via front-end package manager Bower. After installing Bower, fetch into your project's
bower_components dir with:
bower install mixpanel
You can then load the lib via the embed code (snippet) with a script reference:
which loads the latest library version from the Mixpanel CDN (http://cdn.mxpnl.com/libs/mixpanel-2-latest.min.js).
If you wish to load the specific version downloaded in your Bower package, there are two options.
<script> window.MIXPANEL_CUSTOM_LIB_URL = 'bower_components/mixpanel/mixpanel.js'; </script> <script src="bower_components/mixpanel/mixpanel-jslib-snippet.min.js"></script>
MIXPANEL_LIB_URLusing Closure Compiler:
java -jar compiler.jar --js mixpanel-jslib-snippet.js --js_output_file mixpanel-jslib-snippet.min.js --compilation_level ADVANCED_OPTIMIZATIONS --define='MIXPANEL_LIB_URL="bower_components/mixpanel/mixpanel.js"'
If you originally installed Mixpanel via Bower at its previous home (https://github.com/drubin/mixpanel-bower), the two old versions have remained functionally unchanged. To upgrade to v2.3.6 or later (the first Bower version in the official repo) from a previous Bower install, note the changed filenames: previous references to
mixpanel.js should become
mixpanel-jslib-snippet.min.js (the minified embed code), and previous references to
mixpanel.dev.js should become
mixpanel.js (the library source) or
mixpanel.min.js (the minified library for production use).
npm run build
npm run integration_test
In the future we plan to automate the last step with a headless browser to streamline development (although Mixpanel production releases are tested against a large matrix of browsers and operating systems).
For patches and support: @bohanyang, @dehau, @drubin, @D1plo1d, @feychenie, @mogstad, @pfhayes, @sandorfr, @stefansedich, @gfx, @pkaminski, @austince, @danielbaker, @mkdai