Chapter 2. Distributing and loading your application

This chapter covers

  • Configuring your development environment
  • Including scripts on a publisher’s web page
  • Loading supporting JavaScript files and libraries
  • Passing parameters to your third-party script

Let’s pretend you’re the owner of a small but growing e-commerce website. Your online store specializes in the sale of cameras and camera accessories, and carries the playful name of Camera Stork (http://camerastork.com).[1] You’re doing well at attracting business, and you’ve developed a loyal customer base of both professional and amateur photographers. Your website has a bustling review section for each product, where many of your customers have submitted ratings and reviews ...

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