Hi Pratheep,Thank you for your interest. You do not have to have
implemented anything in AEP to participate in this benchmark study. We
have an instance of AEP setup for participants and fresh eyes on the
experience are always welcome.Cheers, Kristy Duncan, GPM AEP
There are a couple options to provide a more "up front" login experience
to your users using either 1) An HTML Article or 2) A Dynamic
Banner.HTML Article:You can design an HTML article with login
UI/information and place this article as the first item in your Top
Level Collection. This means it will always be the first item that
displays to your users. If you wan to include UI to enable a user to
sign in directly from the article, you will need to Custom
Authentication with a Generic Identity P...
Hi,We have an item on our roadmap to enable banners to include/use HTML.
With this capability, you will be able to call the launchSignInUX API
from the banner.We do not have a release date for this feature yet;
however work is in progress.Kristy
Hi,You can call launchSignInUX from an HTML Article. The sign in UX that
displays will depend on your authentication setup. If you are using
authentication via the Direct Entitlement APIs, then the native sign in
dialog will display. If you are using Custom Authentication with either
a SAML, OAuth2 or Generic Identity Provider, then a web view with your
sign in UX will display. If you include the HTML article as the first
item in your Top Level Collection, it will become the Home screen and be
Search Results use both the Default Layout and Default Card. When
designing your layouts and cards, you can create different designs for
Phone & Tablet using the layout tool (Content > Layout Templates).
Select Phone or Tablet (located in the top center of the page).If you
have enabled Search for your app, the recommendation is to use the
Default Layout / Card only for Search results. Any changes you make to
the default design will apply to all collections mapped to the Default
Layout/Card. You ...
There are no current plans for full-content indexing. Indexing will
continue to based on metadata (article titles, descriptions, keywords,
etc.). The only fields not indexed are Internal Keywords and the
settings of Article Importance and Search Indexing Language.
To add to Christophe's reply, the new authentication feature will
include an API to launch the web view with sign in experience from a
content screen. Stay tuned for more information in the next month or
Currently, customizing the 'Update Available' text is not supported.
Items on the AEM Mobile roadmap that will address this case include
customization of app chrome elements (including text) as well as the
option to update content without displaying an "update available" UI