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Migrating from Adobe Mobile SDK v4.x? Ask your migration questions here

Ivan_Mironchuk
Employee
Employee

We are currently working on documentation to help support migrating from Adobe Mobile SDK v4.x to the Adobe Experience Platform SDKs + Adobe Launch. Let us know what questions you have about this process.

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RoohBear
Level 1
Level 1

I could use docs on how to migrate from this:

https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/video-heartbeat

to this:

media-sdks/sdks/iOS at master · Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/media-sdks · GitHub

It looks like the vide-heartbeat repo hasn't been touched in 2 years, and there's a note that we should be using this "media sdk" instead because it has simpler APIs.

himanshup604264
Employee
Employee

Hi RoohBear​,

It seems like you are looking to migrate from Video Heartbeat Library (VHL) 1.x to Media SDK (previously known as VHL) 2.x version. We have documented migration steps for that here: Media Analytics 1.x to 2.x migration.

1.x SDK version has been deprecated and hence there are no releases for that repo. 2.x SDK version has simpler APIs making it easier to implement and supports Audio tracking.

Regards,

Himanshu

AndrewWathen
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

Hi there, just started looking at migration.  Are you able to explain why Lifecycle metrics now have to be manually implemented where they were automatically collected under v4.x?

Ivan_Mironchuk
Employee
Employee

Likely your v4 apps had a call similar to: ADBMobile.collectLifecycleData

This is the same as the AEP SDK call:

ACPCore.start {

            ACPCore.lifecycleStart(nil)

}

We continue to automatically collect and send lifecycle data once it is started.

wilbertc2560504
Level 2
Level 2

Is there a comparison sheet from Mobile SDK 4.x to AEP SDK (5.x)?