I think I can safely say I speak for all of us when I say this: the first time I heard about Launch playing a role in the deployment of Experience Cloud applications on mobile, I immediately thought "tag management! On mobile! I wonder how far it goes!" Ever since, I have wondered how much … Continue reading Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs – What changes need an app update?
This article is part of the Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs mini-series. It is about the series as such. You can find the overview here. I don't think I have ever done anything like the AEP Mobile SDKs mini-series before. In total, I posted 10 articles, including this one, and I did it with a … Continue reading Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs – Recap
This article is part of the Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs mini-series. It is about mapping data into Analytics. You can find the overview here. Mapping data for Analytics In the article about adding Analytics to your app, I mentioned lifecycle metrics, as well as explicit tracking of Views/Activities and user actions. I put a … Continue reading Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs – Mapping Data for Analytics
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
Those of you who have been to the Adobe Summit, or any other big event like it, may have been a victim of post-Summit blues - the feeling when you're back from a couple of ridiculously intense days of listening, meeting, talking, discussing, and fully committing to one single subject. It is part exhaustion, part … Continue reading Quo vadis, W4D?
This article is a followup to Reference - Launch Load Order. That other one was, as I said, almost disappointingly simple. So simple, in fact, that it annoyed my friend Lukáš (one of my secret goals for 2019 checked off right there). The article was that simple for two reasons: Launch did away with a … Continue reading Reference – Launch Load Order with an Extension
I could have called this article "Launch - WTF???" instead, and maybe I should have. This is a quick and brutal journey though the most important concepts you need to know when you start using Launch. Tag Management Let's start from 0. A "Tag Manager", "Tag Management System", or simply "TMS" is a tool that … Continue reading Launch – Concepts