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520 8  Annotation|bSummaryThird-Party JavaScript guides web 
       developers through the complete development of a full-
       featured third-party JavaScript application. You'll learn 
       dozens of techniques for developing widgets that collect 
       data for analytics, provide helpful overlays and dialogs, 
       or implement features like chat or commenting. The 
       concepts and examples throughout this book represent the 
       best practices for this emerging field, based on thousands
       of real-world dev hours and results from millions of 
       users. About this BookThere's an art to writing third-
       party JavaScriptembeddable scripts that can plug into any 
       website. They must adapt easily to unknown host 
       environments, coexist with other applications, and manage 
       the tricky security vulnerabilities you get when code and 
       asset files are served from remote web addresses. Get it 
       right and you have unlimited options for distributing your
       apps. This unique book shows you how. Third-Party 
       JavaScript guides you through the ins and outs of building
       full-featured third-party JavaScript applications. You'll 
       learn techniques for developing widgets that collect data 
       for analytics, provide helpful overlays and dialogs, or 
       implement features like chat and commenting. The concepts 
       and examples throughout the book represent the best 
       practices for this emerging field, based on thousands of 
       real-world dev hours and results from millions of users. 
       Written for web developers who know JavaScript, this book 
       requires no prior knowledge of third-party apps. What's 
       InsideWriting conflict-free JavaScript, HTML, and CSS 
       Making cross-domain requests from the browser How to 
       overcome third-party cookie limitations Security 
       vulnerabilities of third-party applicationsPurchase of the
       print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub 
       formats from Manning Publications. About the AuthorsBen 
       Vinegar is an engineer at Disqus, a third-party JavaScript
       commenting platform. Anton Kovalyov is a software engineer
       at Mozilla. They are third-party applications experts 
       whose work has been distributed on millions of 
       websitesTable of ContentsIntroduction to third-party 
       JavaScriptDistributing and loading your 
       applicationRendering HTML and CSSCommunicating with the 
       serverCross-domain iframe messagingAuthentication and 
       sessionsSecurityDeveloping a third-party JavaScript 
       SDKPerformanceDebugging and testing. 
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