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Mobile Adobe SDK: ADB vs ACPCore

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Hi community, 

I'm checking some previous mobile implementation of Mobile SDK, and I have a question I haven't get any answer from Internet. I'm confused about what ADB is and what ACPCore core is. Are they the same? Is one of them a previous version of the other one? What they exactly are?

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ADBMobile was the old Adobe Mobile SDK which was end of support last year, https://aep-sdks.gitbook.io/docs/version-4-sdk-end-of-support-faq

Both ACP and AEP are kind of currently supported versions of mobile SDK where ACP is version 2.x and AEP is version 3.x. https://aep-sdks.gitbook.io/docs/getting-started/get-the-sdk.. They have different objects being used but never go into the details for differences.

However, the newest approach is using the Edge network which requires an additional extension 'Adobe Experience Platform Edge Network' and using a new-new AEPEdge object.

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I believe that the ADB you are referring to is the ADBMobileConfig.json? This is a configuration file formatted in JSON that contains information about your app... the ACPCore is essentially the API connection in the SDK.

 

There is a newer core (AEPCore) that was released recently... we are still using ACPCore, but are keeping an eye on things to determine if the new core will need to be implemented to continue proper tracking.... I am wondering if the new AEPCore using the Experience Platform Edge server (I haven't had time to research this in-depth yet).

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ADBMobile was the old Adobe Mobile SDK which was end of support last year, https://aep-sdks.gitbook.io/docs/version-4-sdk-end-of-support-faq

Both ACP and AEP are kind of currently supported versions of mobile SDK where ACP is version 2.x and AEP is version 3.x. https://aep-sdks.gitbook.io/docs/getting-started/get-the-sdk.. They have different objects being used but never go into the details for differences.

However, the newest approach is using the Edge network which requires an additional extension 'Adobe Experience Platform Edge Network' and using a new-new AEPEdge object.