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I know this webapp exists, but can't recall it's name; basically, it allowed webmasters to see their visitor's actions -including mouse movement, clicks, text entering, etc- in realtime. Anyone remembers?


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Text entering.. like whatever the user types in into the text fields, you would be able to see that before the user would click on a submit?!?! – Lipis Jan 29 '11 at 22:48
Is it reinvigorate.net/features ? – Eight Days of Malaise Jan 30 '11 at 2:53
@Lipis Using JavaScript (jQuery), definitely, you could make a POST call each for each onkeypress (keypress) or onkeyup (keyup) event and then decode the key code server-side. – Alex Oct 26 '12 at 4:37

What about FoxMetrics?

FoxMetrics offers a comprehensive view of your website and activities in real time. Every action that occurs, every custom event that is fired off is shown in real time within your dashboard.

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