I had an extremely brief discussion the other day about custom code, Extensions, and data quality, with Urs Boller. You all know how much those three topics mean to me, and that I have some opinions on all three of them. I also have a lot of respect for Urs, so when he challenged my … Continue reading No Custom Code – is an Extension the answer?
If you currently build a mobile app for iOS or Android, and you want to integrate Analytics, Target, Audience Manager, Campaign, you have the choice: you can use the good old Mobile Services SDK and Campaign SDKs, or you can use the new Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDK, which is driven from the Launch user … Continue reading Mobile SDKs – which one?
We're getting closer to a dozen articles on the topic of Launch Extensions! In my book, that is great, because I want everyone of you to a) be able to and b) do it! Let me preface this one with a warning: I may have called myself a developer very briefly back in the late … Continue reading Launch – Make an Extension – Techniques & Types
Since my latest articles on Launch Extensions, things have evolved a bit. When I look at those articles now, I feel a certain urge to delete most of them, because they are so - uhm - old. Instead, I decided to write down an extremely streamlined version of what tools you can, nay, should use … Continue reading Launch – Make an Extension – Better Practice
I have written a lot about how to make an Extension, including here and here. There are missing pieces, though. If you have looked at the documentation, you will likely have come across the following illustration regarding Extension flow. The flow diagram describes how the different parts of Launch and your Extension work together. Flow … Continue reading Launch – Make an Extension – Principles
I built an Extension some time ago that enables someone to set contextData for Analytics directly in the Launch UI. You can see the source code for that Extension on github, of course, but today, I want to write about some of the stuff that went into the Extension. This is also, in a way, … Continue reading Extensions and Adobe Analytics – get-tracker and augment-tracker
Debugging and troubleshooting code is one of the less glamorous things we (and you) do, still sadly omnipresent. Today, I want to show you how to take away a little bit of the pain: I'll show you how you can tell Launch to deliver un-minified code. This is an extremely quick and easy tip, tbh, … Continue reading Quick tip – non-minified Launch code is easier to debug
This blog is pretty niche. I sort of wanted it that way when I started, and since I love my niche to bits, there has never been a reason to change. What I write about today, though, is a whole new level of niche. This article, I am sure, will NOT push that s_code overview … Continue reading Quick Tip: Using a Reverse Proxy with Analytics