Here's a Youtube playlist with introductions and getting started video
that might help.
You could also find our documentation here
Hi @GulzarAli , Could you provide a bit on context on what you are
trying to achieve? App Builder is specifically designed for extending
Adobe products at the moment, and may not be suited for general purpose
Hi @jafetsanchez Yes -- environment variables can be passed in using
default params. You've done it correctly in your second reply and you
could read more about it here -
If you are looking to set...
Hi @kevinedmond I'd actually recommend going a different route -- your
customer should sign up for the App Builder trial so that you can access
the full set of functionalities.
https://developer.adobe.com/app-builder/trial/ As a Runtime customer,
this trial is a great way for them to try the full ex...
Hi @johns11464729 Let us know if @dr_jieyu 's suggestion helped fix the
issue! If not -- providing your org id, app name / info and any
additional logs would be helpful in helping us identify what the issue
may be. Thanks,Sarah
Hi @nuzil1 ,In addition to the response @dr_venture added, I also want
to redirect you to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbAVytUm94g&t=1s.
This is a video overview of the technology stack of Firefly, with other
videos in the same playlist diving into different aspects of Firefly.
Hopefully, this cl...
Hi @SundarSritharan I'm not sure that I fully understood your question.
Essentially, Runtime is a serverless platform that allows you to run
custom code on Adobe infrastructure. At the moment, we only support
Node.js applications. This application can most certainly be invoked by
other systems or tr...
Hi @Gokul_Agiwal I'd recommend you to go through the second tutorial
(set up a Firefly project in Console). Firefly Projects in Console
allows you to do all the operations you could use in regular projects
(like adding event registration and apis), and allows you to develop in
multiple environments ...