Wait? What? How can this be part 4? Where are parts 1 through 3? I am very liberally counting things, disregarding slight differences in titles, and tools, so the previous parts are: With DTM you don’t need Plugins! – Part 1 With DTM you don’t need Plugins! – Part 2 With DTM you don’t need … Continue reading With Launch, you don’t need doPlugins! – Part 4
You might remember how, a couple of years ago, I was whining about how the authentication on the Reporting API was difficult. At the time, I wrote some Java code that was able to log into it, and I have been using that code, more or less unchanged, for a long time. Now, all APIs … Continue reading Accessing Adobe IO using Java
I was reading Jim Gordon's excellent article on Adobe DTM vs. Launch a while back. If you haven't read it, do. It is excellent. While reading it, I started to think about one aspect, and how I think there is an awesome opportunity for a nitpick in it: Jim (and most people I know) say … Continue reading Nitpick: Launch does not support Page Load Rules
Today we are "extending" the "Launch - Make an Extension" mini series. This article arose out of a lab I ran at the Adobe Summit in London. There is a lot of overlap, but two major differences, too: 1. This article walks you through building an Extension on a Mac and using Visual Studio Code … Continue reading Launch – Make an Extension on a Mac
Part 2 of the "Make a Launch Extension" mini series is about the actual coding. You can find the other parts here: setup, debug, publish. This article is split in two parts, aligned with the two different parts the extension has to provide: UI and actual JS code. Let's start with the UI. UI Your … Continue reading Launch – Make an Extension – Coding
Welcome to part 1 of our mini series of "Make a Launch Extension". This part is about the setup. There are (or will be) parts on coding, debugging, and eventually on publishing the extension.. node.js / npm Before you can start developing a Launch Extension, you need to install node.js. I will not go into … Continue reading Launch – Make an Extension – Setup
Launch, the successor of DTM, comes with a lot of APIs and is a lot more modular than DTM. You can add functionality to Launch via so-called "Extensions". Extensions can be used by your friendly marketer or anyone else using Launch to add new capabilites to the tag management setup. The idea is to encapsulate … Continue reading Launch Extensions – Overview
A recent, non-representative poll on twitter urged me to write introductory articles about Launch, the new tag management element in the Adobe Experience Could. I presume I won't be the only one, but I will abide anyway, and so here is the first of a bunch of articles on Launch. (It was really hard to … Continue reading Launch? Launch!