Digital Measurement Browser Simplified SDK

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Overview

The Nielsen SDK is one of multiple framework SDKs that Nielsen provides to enable measuring linear (live) and on-demand TV viewing using TVs, mobile devices, etc. The App SDK is the framework for mobile application developers to integrate Nielsen Measurement into their media player applications. It supports a variety of Nielsen Measurement Products like Digital in TV Ratings, Digital Content Ratings (DCR & DTVR), and Digital Ad Ratings (DAR). Nielsen SDKs are also equipped to measure static content and can track key life cycle events of an application like:

  • Application launch events and how long app was running
  • Time of viewing a sub section / page in the application.

Prerequisites

To start using the Simplified SDK for Browser, you will need an Appid. This is a Unique ID assigned to the player/site and configured by product. If you do not have an AppID , please contact our SDK sales support team. Refer to Digital Measurement Onboarding guide for information on how to get a Nielsen App SDK and appid.

Simplified SDK API

As part of making the SDK more user friendly and reduce the number of app integration touch points, Nielsen has designed a simple interface to pass metadata to the sdk while reducing the number of API calls. The new trackevent() API has been implemented as a wrapper for the existing SDK and will be responsible for handling new API calls, performing validation, and translation of new API calls to the existing Nielsen App SDK API methods. Applications which are already integrated with the existing SDK API, are unaffected by this new API. SimplifiedAPI vs StandardAPI New.jpg Click here to zoom in on image

Manages the order of metadata (ad vs content and playheads)

Existing API has a number of methods used for reporting player and application state changes to the SDK. Order of calls is important for the SDK in the existing API. In the new enhanced API all these calls will be replaced with one API call that will get one dictionary object with many key-value pairs, where any value could be another complex dictionary object. All the data provided in the existing API in separate calls will be provided in one single call. SDK will analyse the data received in the dictionary object, compare it with the data received previously and generate a sequence of calls for the existing API.

Everything passed via trackevent()

The New API method supports the following event types:

Key Description
playhead

It is used to pass content, ad or static metadata, the current playhead value, UNIX timestamp or id3 payload, ott information to the SDK.

pause

This event should be passed when the content playback is paused.

complete

It is called when session is completed or ends.

adStop

Should be called at the end of each ad. This event type is required to handle the case when advertisements could not be distinguished, as its assetId is the same.

Prerequisites

To get started, an App ID is needed. The App ID is a unique ID assigned to the player/site/app. This will be provided upon starting the integration.

'PXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX'

Configure SDK

There are two steps required for configuring the SDK:

  • Add Static Queue Snippet
  • Create SDK Instance

Add Static Queue Snippet

Add the following script tag to the website:

<script type = "text/javascript" >
  /***************** Static Queue Snippet *********************/
  ! function(t, n) {
    t[n] = t[n] || {
      nlsQ: function(e, c, o, r, s, i) {
        return s = t.document,
          r = s.createElement("script"),
          r.async = 1,
          r.src = ("http:" === t.location.protocol ? "http:" : "https:") + "//cdn-gl.imrworldwide.com/conf/" + e + ".js#name=" + c + "&ns=" + n, i = s.getElementsByTagName("script")[0], i.parentNode.insertBefore(r, i),
          t[n][c] = t[n][c] || {
            g: o || {},
            ggPM: function(e, o, r, s, i) {
              (t[n][c].q = t[n][c].q || []).push([e, o, r, s, i])
            },
            trackEvent: function(e) {
              (t[n][c].te = t[n][c].te || []).push(e)
            }
          }, t[n][c]
      }
    }
  }(window, "NOLBUNDLE"); 
</script>

The static queue snippet allows the SDK APIs to be called while the actual SDK and configuration file are still being downloaded. As the queue can capture all API calls before the download completes, there is no wait time. Once the SDK is available, the API calls will transition from directing to the queue to the SDK seamlessly.

Create SDK Instance

To initialize the SDK, create an SDK instance by making the initialization call:

Initialization API Call

NOLBUNDLE.nlsQ("<apid>", "<instanceName>",{nol_sdkDebug: "debug", optout: "false"})


When creating an instance, pass the following values: (nol_sdkDebug and optout are optional)

Parameter Description Values
apid Unique ID assigned to player/site 'PXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX'
instanceName Name of SDK instance "any string value"
nol_sdkDebug Enables Nielsen console logging. Only required for testing "{nol_sdkDebug: "debug"})"
optout OptOut global parameter (Optional Parameter) 1/0 or true/false

Example SDK Initialization

When the initialization call is made, a unique static configuration file, <apid>.js, will be downloaded based on the apid and will be cached on the user’s browser.

Once the configuration is downloaded, the SDK itself will be downloaded and initialized. All SDK modules are included in one file: “nlsSDK600.bundle.min.js”.

More information on OptOut Parameter under Privacy and Opt-Out.

Example SDK Configuration

The configuration should include the Static Queue Snippet and an SDK Instance for an unique App ID as shown in the example:

<script type = "text/javascript" >
  /***************** Static Queue Snippet *********************/
  ! function(t, n) {
    t[n] = t[n] || {
      nlsQ: function(e, c, o, r, s, i) {
        return s = t.document,
          r = s.createElement("script"),
          r.async = 1,
          r.src = ("http:" === t.location.protocol ? "http:" : "https:") + "//cdn-gl.imrworldwide.com/conf/" + e + ".js#name=" + c + "&ns=" + n, i = s.getElementsByTagName("script")[0], i.parentNode.insertBefore(r, i),
          t[n][c] = t[n][c] || {
            g: o || {},
            ggPM: function(e, o, r, s, i) {
              (t[n][c].q = t[n][c].q || []).push([e, o, r, s, i])
            },
            trackEvent: function(e) {
              (t[n][c].te = t[n][c].te || []).push(e)
            }
          }, t[n][c]
      }
    }
  }(window, "NOLBUNDLE"); 

  // Created SDK Instance
var nSdkInstance = NOLBUNDLE.nlsQ("XXXXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXX", "nlsnInstance", {
  nol_sdkDebug: "debug",
  optout: "false"
});
</script>

Simplified API Syntax

The existing API has a number of methods used for reporting player and application state changes to the SDK. The order of calls is important for the SDK in the existing API. In the new simplified API, all these calls will be replaced with one API call that will get one dictionary object with many key-value pairs, where any value could be another complex dictionary object. All the data provided in the older API in separate calls will be provided in one single call.

Main API call for the new NielsenEventTracker API:

 nSdkInstance.trackEvent({metadata})

Handling JSON Metadata

Parameter “data” is a JSON object with many key-value pairs that holds all information required by SDK.

Format of input object is the following:

{ 
 "event": <event identifier>,
 "type": <type of metadata>,
 "metadata":{ 
   "content": <content metadata object>,
   "ad": <ad metadata object>,
   "static": <static metadata object>
 },
 "playheadPosition":<playhead value | UNIX timestamp (seconds since Jan-1-1970 UTC) >,
 "id3Data": <id3 payload>,
}


Event Types

The New API method supports the following event types:

Key Description
playhead

It is used to pass content, ad or static metadata, the current playhead value, Unix timestamp or id3 payload, ott information to the SDK.

pause

This event should be used when content playback is paused.
(Pause is detected by SDK automatically when the time gap between commands is more than 30 minutes.)

complete

It is called when session is completed or ends.

adStop

Should be called at the end of each ad. This event type is required to handle the case when advertisements could not be distinguished, as its assetId is the same.


DCR and DTVR require various levels of data. Please select the TAB of the product you are interested in reviewing.

DCR

Digital Content Ratings

Parameter Description Supported values Example
event Event identifier

String: playhead,pause,complete, adStop

"event":"playhead"
type Determines the metadata object

that should be used for crediting.

String:
content, ad, static

"type":"content"
metadata Object that holds metadata values of specific types

Detailed in tables below

Object
"metadata":{ 
   "content": <content metadata object>,
   "ad": <ad metadata object>,
   "static": <static metadata object>
 },
playheadPosition Playhead value in seconds or Unix timestamp String

Position value is Unix timestamp: "playheadPosition":"1543437655"

Position value is playhead:

"playheadPosition":"10"

Content Metadata

Content metadata sent for every playheadposition update.

Keys Description Example Required
assetid unique ID assigned to asset custom Yes
length length of content in seconds seconds (86400 for live stream) Yes
program name of program (100 character limit) custom Yes
title name of program (100 character limit) custom Yes
type 'content', 'ad', 'static' 'content' Yes
airdate the airdate in the linear TV ++ YYYYMMDD HH24:MI:SS Yes
isfullepisode full episode flag "y"- full episode, "n"- non full episode Yes
crossId1 Gracenote ID or Enterprise ID custom Yes
crossId2 content originator or network (only required for distributors) custom
adloadtype linear vs dynamic ad model 1=Linear

2=Dynamic Ads

custom

++ Acceptable Air Date Formats:

YYYYMMDD HH24:MI:SS
YYYYMMDDHH24MISS
YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MI:SS
YYYY-MM-DDHH:MI:SS 
YYYYMMDDHH:MI:SS
MM-DD-YYYY
YYYYMMDD HH:MI:SS


For USA all times should be EST, for all other countries Local Time. Below is a sample event for DCR. If no ad or static values, these can be left as blank/null.

{ 
"event": "playhead",
"type": "content",
"metadata": { 
  "content":{
    "assetid":"B66473",
    "length":"3600",
    "program":"MyProgram",
    "title":"S2,E3",
    "type":"content",
    "airdate":"20180120 10:00:00",
    "isfullepisode":"y",
    "crossId1":"Standard Episode ID",
    "crossId2" :"Content Originator",
    "adloadtype":"2"},
"ad": {},
"static": {}
},
"playheadPosition": "",
}

DTVR

Digital TV Ratings info

Parameter Description Supported values Example
event Event identifier

String: playhead,pause,complete, adStop

"event":"playhead"
type Determines the metadata object that should be used for crediting.

String:
content, ad, static

"type":"content"
adModel linear vs dynamic ad model 1=Linear

2=Dynamic Ads

custom
channelName Any string representing the.channel/stream Object custom
playheadPosition Playhead value in seconds or Unix timestamp String

Position value is Unix timestamp: "playheadPosition":"1543437655"

Position value is playhead:

"playheadPosition":"10"

id3Data Nielsen ID3 payload string Object

id3Data: www.nielsen.com/065H2g6E7ZyQ5UdmMAbbpg ==/_EMc37zfVgq_8KB7baUYfg==/ADQCAmgV1Xyvnynyg60 kZO_Ejkcn2KLSrTzyJpZZ-QeRn8GpMGTWI7-HrEKzghxyzC yBEoIDv2kA2g1QJmeYOl5GnwfrLDVK2bNLTbQxr1z9VBfxa hBcQP5tqbjhyMzdVqrMKuvvJO1jhtSXa9AroChb11ZUnG1W VJx2O4M=/33648/22847/00

Below is a sample event for DTVR. If no ad or static values, these can be left as blank/null.

{ 
"event": "playhead",
"type": "content",
"metadata": { 
  "content":{
    "adModel":"1",
    "channelname":"channel1"
  },
"ad": {},
"static": {}
},
"playheadPosition": "",
"id3Data": "www.nielsen.com/065H2g6E7ZyQ5UdmMAbbpg==/_
EMc37zfVgq_8KB7baUYfg==/ADQCAmgV1Xyvnynyg60kZO_Ejkcn
2KLSrTzyJpZZ-QeRn8GpMGTWI7-HrEKzghxyzCyBEoIDv2kA2g1Q
JmeYOl5GnwfrLDVK2bNLTbQxr1z9VBfxahBcQP5tqbjhyMzdVqrMK
uvvJO1jhtSXa9AroChb11ZUnG1WVJx2O4M=/33648/22847/00"
}

DCR & DTVR

Applies to DCR and DTVR

Parameter Description Supported values Example
event Event identifier

String: playhead, pause, complete, adStop

"event":"playhead"
type Determines the metadata object that should be used for crediting.

String:
content, ad, static

"type":"content"
metadata Object that holds metadata values of specific types

Detailed in tables below

Object
"metadata":{ 
   "content": <content metadata object>,
   "ad": <ad metadata object>,
   "static": <static metadata object>
 },
playheadPosition Playhead value in seconds or Unix timestamp String

Position value is Unix timestamp: "playheadPosition":"1543437655"

Position value is playhead:

"playheadPosition":"10"

id3Data Nielsen ID3 payload string Object

id3Data: www.nielsen.com/065H2g6E7ZyQ5UdmMAbbpg ==/_EMc37zfVgq_8KB7baUYfg==/ADQCAmgV1Xyvnynyg60 kZO_Ejkcn2KLSrTzyJpZZ-QeRn8GpMGTWI7-HrEKzghxyzC yBEoIDv2kA2g1QJmeYOl5GnwfrLDVK2bNLTbQxr1z9VBfxa hBcQP5tqbjhyMzdVqrMKuvvJO1jhtSXa9AroChb11ZUnG1W VJx2O4M=/33648/22847/00

ottData Object that holds ott information Object
ottData:{
ottStatus:1,
ottType:casting,
ottDevice:chromecast,
ottDeviceName:Google ChromeCast,
ottDeviceID:1234,
ottDeviceModel:ChromeCast,
ottDeviceVersion:1.0.0
}

Content Metadata

Content metadata sent for every playheadposition update.

Keys Description Example Required
assetid unique asset ID for DCR; can be set to "0" for DTVR EP732481 Yes
length length of content in seconds seconds (86400 for live stream) Yes
type 'content', 'ad', 'static' 'content' Yes
adModel linear vs dynamic ad model 1=Linear

2=Dynamic Ads

custom
adloadtype DCR Ad Model 1=Linear

2=Dynamic Ads

custom

++ Acceptable Air Date Formats:

YYYYMMDD HH24:MI:SS
YYYYMMDDHH24MISS
YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MI:SS
YYYY-MM-DDHH:MI:SS 
YYYYMMDDHH:MI:SS
MM-DD-YYYY
YYYYMMDD HH:MI:SS


Below is a sample event for DCR/DTVR joint integration. If no ad or static values, these can be left as blank/null.

{ 
"event": "playhead",
"type": "content",
"metadata": { 
  "content":{
    "type":"content",
    "assetid":"0",
    "length":"86400",
    "adModel":"1",
    "adloadtype":"1"},
  "ad": {},
  "static": {}
},
"playheadPosition": "",
"id3Data": "www.nielsen.com/065H2g6E7ZyQ5UdmMAbbpg==/_
EMc37zfVgq_8KB7baUYfg==/ADQCAmgV1Xyvnynyg60kZO_Ejkcn
2KLSrTzyJpZZ-QeRn8GpMGTWI7-HrEKzghxyzCyBEoIDv2kA2g1Q
JmeYOl5GnwfrLDVK2bNLTbQxr1z9VBfxahBcQP5tqbjhyMzdVqrMK
uvvJO1jhtSXa9AroChb11ZUnG1WVJx2O4M=/33648/22847/00"
}

Ad Metadata

The ad metadata (if applicable) should be passed for each individual ad, if ads are available during or before the stream begins.

Keys Description Values Example
assetid unique ID assigned to ad custom
(no Special Characters)
'AD1234'
title unique name assigned to ad custom 'ADtitle'
adldx Ad Index (*See Note below*) custom "66478364"
type type of ad 'preroll', 'midroll', or 'postroll' 'preroll'
length length of ad In Seconds '20'

Ad Metadata Sample

{
  "ad": {
    "assetid":"AD12345",
    "title":"ADTestTitle",
    "adldx":"1",
    "type":"preroll",
    "length":"20"
  },
}

Managing Ads

If there is an Ad block within the playing content (such as a midroll) you need to:

  • Reset the playhead position to 0 for each ad.
  • Call the adStop event at the end of each ad or increment the adldx

The Simplified SDK will can automatically detect the change from ad to content, or even ad to ad if the assetID changes; however, there could be situations where the same ad is played back to back. You can either increment/change the adldx value, and/or call adStop at the end of each Ad.

Sometimes it is not possible for integrators to provide different assetId value for individual ads in a sequence of ads. Taking this into account the Nielsen Simplified API will support a new parameter for ad metadata: adIdx. This parameter is just an index of an individual ad in a sequence of ads. Once the next ad is started the adIdx parameter should be changed and provided as part of ad metadata.

            // Example of passing both values
            self.data.updateValue("adStop", forKey: "event")
            self.data.updateValue("223", forKey: "adldx")
            self.nielsenEventTracker.trackEvent(data)

Static Metadata

The values passed through the Nielsen keys will determine the breakouts that are seen in reporting. The custom segments (A, B & C) will roll into the sub-brand. To not use custom segments A, B and C, do not pass any value in these keys.

Key Description Data Type Value Required?
assetid Unique ID for each article dynamic custom
(no Special Characters)
Yes
section Section of each site which is limited to 25 unique values
(e.g. section value should be first level in page URL: website.com/section).
dynamic custom Yes
segA custom segment for reporting: Limit to 25 unique values across custom segments
(segA + segB + segC)
dynamic custom No
segB custom segment for reporting: Limit to 25 unique values across custom segments
(segA + segB + segC)
dynamic custom No
segC custom segment for reporting: Limit to 25 unique values across custom segments
(segA + segB + segC)
dynamic custom No

Aggregation Limits There are limits on the number of unique values that can be aggregated on in reporting. The specific limitations by key are:

Key Aggregation Limit
section maximum of 25 unique values (section <= 25)
segA Maximum number of unique values allowed across segA, segB, and segC is 25 (segA + segB + segC<= 25)
segB Maximum number of unique values allowed across segA, segB, and segC is 25 (segA + segB + segC<= 25)
segC Maximum number of unique values allowed across segA, segB, and segC is 25 (segA + segB + segC<= 25)

Static Metadata Sample

// Sample input Object for static metadata
// Since only recording static data, playheadposition = ""
{ 
   "metadata": { 
      "content": {},
      "ad": {},
      "static": { 
         "type":"static",
         "assetid":"Static1",
         "section":"Page",
         "segA":"S07E04:NBC",
         "segB":"teams",
         "segC":"Atlanta",
         "crossId1":"Reference"
      }
   },
   "event": "playhead",
   "type": "static",
   "playheadPosition": "",
}

Json Examples

Addtional JSON input object examples.

Privacy and Opt-Out

There are two primary methods for implementing user Opt-out preferences:

  1. User Opt Out - Provide a link to the Nielsen Privacy Policy page when a User can make their selection
  2. Initialization Opt Out - Global OptOut Parameter

User Opt Out

The site must provide a means for the user to opt-out of, or opt back into, Nielsen Measurement. A user can opt-out if they would prefer not to participate in any Nielsen online measurement research. To implement the User Opt-Out option, include the following two items in your privacy policy.

On the Nielsen Digital Measurement Privacy Policy page, users can click Choices to read more detailed information about the measurement software, learn about their options with regard to Nielsen measurement, and, if they do not want to participate in Nielsen online measurement, click a link to receive an opt-out cookie.

  • Once users have opted out via this link, their browser cookies will contain the value TOTAL_OPTOUT. This will prevent a redirect to our data provider from occurring
  • Users can opt back in via this link. When a user selects that link, their opt-out cookie will be deleted and they will be able to be measured moving forward.


The following paragraph is a template for a Privacy Statement.

The properties may feature Nielsen proprietary measurement software, which will allow users to contribute to market research, such as Nielsen TV Ratings. To learn more about the information that Nielsen software may collect and your choices with regard to it, please see the Nielsen Digital Measurement Privacy Policy at https://priv-policy.imrworldwide.com/priv/browser/us/en/optout.html

User Opt Back In

Once users have opted-out, they can choose to opt back into Nielsen Measurement at anytime by selecting the opt back in link on the Nielsen Digital Privacy Policy page. When a user selects the link, their opt-out cookie will be deleted and they will be able to be measured.

Initialization Opt Out

The BSDK600 now supports the ability to optout on initialization of the SDK by allowing an optout global parameter to be passed. This optout will be maintained through the session of the SDK instance. Specifications and limitations are specified below.

Type Supported Values Notes Optout
optout True, Yes, or 1 Case is insensitive and can be string or bool

Example: nlsQ("XXXXXXXX-BH45-JKY6-BKH7-67GJKY68GJK7", "myInstance", { optout: true});

Ping parameter will set uoo=true.
optout False, No, or 0 Case is insensitive and can be string or bool

Example: nlsQ("XXXXXXXX-BH45-JKY6-BKH7-67GJKY68GJK7", "myInstance", { optout: false});

Ping parameter will set uoo to blank.

Example of using OptOut

var nSdkInstance = NOLBUNDLE.nlsQ("XXXXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXX", "nlsnInstance", {
  nol_sdkDebug: "debug",
  optout: "true"
});

Going Live

After the integration has been certified, users will need to make a couple of updates to the initialization call to ensure that player will be measured properly. Disable debug logging by deleting {nol_sdkDebug: 'DEBUG'} from initialization call. Example Production Initialization Call

var nSdkInstance = NOLBUNDLE.nlsQ("XXXXXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXX", "nlsnInstance", { optout: "false"});

Sample Code

This code is for example purposes only to demonstrate a very simple video implementation, with a single preroll and single content block.

<script >
  // Setup videojs sample player
  var nielsenid = document.getElementById("my-sdkplayer");
var coolPlayer = videojs('my-sdkplayer', {
  controls: true,
  autoplay: true,
  preload: 'auto',
});
var prevPos = null;

coolPlayer.preroll({
  src: {
    src: "assets/CleaningCrew.mp4",
    type: "video/mp4"
  },
  href: "http://videojs.com",
  adsOptions: {
    debug: true
  }
});

videojs('my-sdkplayer').ready(function() {
  // EXAMPLE: Start playing the video.

  coolPlayer.play();
  var obj = {
    event: 'playhead', // playhead,pause,complete,adstop
    type: 'content',
    playheadPosition: '0',
    metadata: {
      content: {
        type: 'content',
        assetid: 'VID98-2B88',
        program: 'Put a programname here ',
        title: 'S01E02',
        length: '180',
        airdate: '20190101 10:01:00',
        isfullepisode: 'y',
        crossId1: 'Standard Episode ID',
        crossID2: 'Content Originator',
        adloadtype: '2'
      },
      ad: {},
      static: {}
    }
  };

    coolPlayer.on('timeupdate', function() {
        var getcurrentTime = coolPlayer.currentTime();
        var intPlayedTime = parseInt(getcurrentTime, 10);
        if (intPlayedTime > 0 && intPlayedTime !== prevPos && !coolPlayer.scrubbing()) {
            // check for playhead change so it's only called once per second 
            console.log('PLAYHEAD EVENT **************************************************************');
            console.log(Math.round(getcurrentTime));
            obj.event = 'playhead';
            obj.type = 'content';
            obj.metadata.ad = {};
            prevPos = intPlayedTime;
            obj.playheadPosition = Math.round(getcurrentTime);
            nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
    }
  });

  this.on('adstart', function() {
    console.log('ADSTART EVENT **************************************************************');
    obj.type = 'ad';
    obj.metadata.ad = {
      type: 'preroll',
      assetid: 'AD9455',
      adldx: '1',
      program: 'Cant Skip Campaign',
      title: 'Cleaning Crew',
      length: '36',
    };
    nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
  });

  this.on('contentresumed', function() {
    console.log('CONTENT RESUMED EVENT **************************************************************');
    obj.type = 'content';
    obj.event = 'playhead';
    obj.metadata.ad = {};
    nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
  });

  this.on('pause', function() {
    console.log('PAUSE EVENT **************************************************************');
    obj.event = 'pause';
    obj.playheadPosition = Math.round(coolPlayer.currentTime());
    nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
  });

  this.on('adtimeupdate', function() {
    var getcurrentTime = coolPlayer.currentTime();
    var intPlayedTime = parseInt(getcurrentTime, 10);
    if (intPlayedTime > 0 && intPlayedTime !== prevPos) {
      // check for playhead change so it's only called once per second 
      console.log('AD PLAYHEAD EVENT **************************************************************');
      console.log(Math.round(getcurrentTime));
      prevPos = intPlayedTime;
      obj.playheadPosition = Math.round(getcurrentTime);
      nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
    };
  });

  this.on('adend', function() {
    console.log('AD STOP EVENT **************************************************************');
    obj.event = 'adstop';
    nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
  });

  this.on('ended', function() {
    console.log('COMPLETE EVENT **************************************************************');
    obj.event = 'complete';
    nSdkInstance.trackEvent(obj);
  });
});

</script>