download the js files and add their code to your create.js file.
Thanks but including these js files with each ad I think may lead to files size issues? It seems at least DCM has created locally hosted versions of these js libraries to avoid this (see link). I'm trying to figure out the best solution for other ad networks that have not done this.
For Amazon, you should be able to third-party serve your banners through DCM and do the same thing:
If you're ever using DCM or Adwords, just be sure to swap out the CreateJS link to the Google-hosted version.
Ad serving companies like Sizmek also host their own set of libraries: HTML5 Shared Libraries – Sizmek Help Center although they also don't seem to mind external CDNs as long as you use HTTPS.
In cases where external links are absolutely not accepted, you can do what kglad suggested and zip up a copy of the library within your banner. The zipped file size is only about 50k, so with a 150k or 200k file size limit, you'd still have quite a bit to work with.
Thanks just.emma and kglad!! I think i get it now. So if I'm understanding this then the DCM hosted link should work on Amazon as well since DCM is an approved third party server?
This link should then work on both DCM and Amazon...
It would work if banners are third-party served through DCM... you can only use the Google-hosted libraries for ads served through Google (DCM, DCRM, Adwords, DFP).
You should talk to your Ad Ops person to see if they can serve the Amazon banners through DCM, or if not, find out what third-party ad server they're using.
Ok, I will find out. Thanks again. Lots of helpful info here.