Hello! I have a task: during the user's work on the Web-page, using the extension for Mozilla Firefox 17.0.9 ESR, I need to collect information about the call and launch of what js-functions the user's actions led to and display this information in a text file. The theme for me is very new. I would be grateful for any information. I have not yet fully understood where I can even see what means can be used to implement this task. Thank you for your attention!
- Useragent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/60.0.3112.113 YaBrowser/220.127.116.118 Yowser/2.5 Safari/537.36
You posted a similar question here 9 months ago :
You got no replies, and in all honesty : I haven't a clue what you are
talking about (then and now) ......
Could you maybe give us a link to the page where you were asked to perform this task ?
Hello, McCoy! Unfortunately, I have no opportunity to show the problem statement (it was made orally), but I will try to describe the problem in more detail. It is as follows. There is a hardware and software complex (in an isolated local area network), it is based on the Mozilla Firefox browser using HTML, JS, PHP. The user navigates from page to page, clicks buttons, enters information into dialog boxes, performs search queries - everything is quite trivial. To conduct debugging, eliminate errors in program codes, fix the logic of the program, there is a need to maintain (log) a list of program events that occurred during the user's work (switching focus between DOM elements, pressing the mouse button, entering data into input fields, and so on) and a list of JS-functions performed from JS-scripts that are included in the code of the web page. As a result of the oral discussion, it was decided to implement these tasks using the extension for Mozilla Firefox (for example, *.xpi). My task is either to implement it, or to prove that it is impossible, and offer another solution. In the field of web-programming I am a beginner, so to speak, how to solve this problem, it is difficult for me. Looking for information, but currently I have not found a solution. If there's anything you can tell me, I'd appreciate it.
Unfortunatley there is nothing (that would make any sense) that I could tell you, but I will forward this to someone who has (way) more knowledge than me ..... (we're dealing with different time zones, which means that you may have to wait a little longer)
You can try to ask advice at he Mozilla Discourse forum and at the Stack Overflow forum site.
No problem, McCoy!
Thanks for the information, cor-el! I mean it!
No problem, McCoy!
It only took cor-el 7 minutes to come to the rescue ......