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The developer guides show you how to use the different developer tools and public APIs supported by the Frosmo Platform. The tools and APIs allow you to go beyond the Frosmo Control Panel when developing your Frosmo-enabled site, and to create your own client applications for interacting with the Frosmo Platform.

  • Frosmo data layer is a global JavaScript array that allows you to send information from a web page to the Frosmo back end. Use the data layer to implement tracking for conversions, transactions, products, and custom actions.
  • FProxy is a desktop application and a web proxy that allows you to develop and test modification content locally on your computer, outside the Frosmo Control Panel.
  • Frosmo Debugger is a web application that allows you to preview and debug modifications on your site during development. The Frosmo Debugger is an advanced version of the Preview Tool.
  • Graniitti API provides access to the data in the Frosmo back end. You can use the API to retrieve, create, update, and delete data for your company.
  • Custom events extend the basic tracking functionality of the Frosmo Platform by allowing you to track modifications beyond clicks, displays, and true displays.

Version history

VersionPublication dateDescription
3.52018-11-28Updated the Graniitti API changelog for API versions 0.41.5 and 0.42.0.
3.42018-10-15Updated the Graniitti API changelog for API version 0.41.4.
3.32018-10-01

Updated Frosmo data layer.

Updated the Graniitti API developer guide:

3.22018-09-13

Updated Custom event tracking.

Removed the Downloads page and the standalone PDFs.

3.12018-09-05Updated the Graniitti API changelog for API versions 0.41.1 and 0.41.2.
3.02018-09-03

Added FProxy.

Added Frosmo Debugger.

Added Graniitti API.

2.02018-03-14Added Custom event tracking.
1.22017-11-29Updated Frosmo data layer.
1.12017-10-23Moved the standalone PDFs from the front page to the Downloads page.
1.02017-08-17First public version of this documentation.