Project Firefly enables enterprise developers to build and deploy custom applications that extend Adobe Experience Cloud and Adobe Experience Platform. A complete framework that provides hosted infrastructure, developer tools and developer services, Project Firefly aims to make it as easy as possible for developers to build with Adobe, and now we’re announcing new features to make this process even easier and more efficient.
Since the developer preview release in May 2020 we have been actively enhancing our services and tooling based on feedback from our preview customers as well as integrating contributions from our community members.
In this article, we’ll unpack some of the latest features released in the past two months.
New Action and UI templates
In our initial release, we created action and UI templates for developers to quickly set up project structure and to integrate with Adobe services, all in Project Firefly. Since then, we have added new UI templates and action templates to cover more Adobe services and developer needs.
Other than the generic action template, you can now select up to six different action templates to help you get started.