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Re: Eclipse Development tools error - Adobe Experience Manager 25-03-2016
I'm having the same issue: "The server does not support version 2.4 of the J2EE Web module specification".Tried on both Luna and Mars. In case helpful: JDK / JRE info:java -versionjava version "1.8.0_65"Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_65-b17)Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.65-b01, mixed mode) javac -versionjavac 1.8.0_65

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Re: Migrating old DPS folios -- HTML Resources - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 15-12-2015
To follow up on Neil's reply, you can read about the pre-release for the DPS Acrobat plugin in this blog post:Now in Prerelease: Adobe DPS Converter for Acrobat | Adobe Digital Publishing SolutionIt includes an email address to request an invitation to the pre-release.Brian

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Re: Reading API for DPS 2015 - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 07-12-2015
App extensibility is a priority for the first half of 2016. It will be different from the design patterns used in the Classic product’s Library and Reading SDK, but it will satisfy many of the same use cases. In fact, our goal is to deliver deeper, cross-platform extensibility than the Classic product allowed. Please keep an eye on the status page (https://status.adobedps.com) for announcements and updates.

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Web viewer limited beta - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 30-11-2015
The DPS 2015 desktop web viewer is now available as a limited beta.In this limited beta, the web viewer *only supports* HTML articles and InDesign-authored PNG or JPG raster articles. Support for InDesign-authored PDF articles will be included in the general release (currently targeting mid-December). Additionally, note that support for 3 InDesign overlay types (audio, image sequence, and pan & zoom) will not be available until early 2016.To sign up for this limited beta, send me a private messa...

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Re: Is there any way to see a sample of the upcoming web viewer in action at this time? - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 19-11-2015
We're hoping to provide some limited access to the web viewer in late November, which would be enabled by Adobe rather than self-service through the dashboard. It will support just HTML articles and InDesign raster (not PDF) at that time. We'll post a message in the forums if we can provide this limited access.Support for InDesign PDF, as well as the ability to self-enable web viewer in the dashboard, is targeting end of year.Brian

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Re: Targeting apps on an MDM - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 17-11-2015
Hi Tommy,1) There's no special logic to link to apps in an enterprise app store, but I don't see why it wouldn't work if it's web reachable from the device.2) If you're asking about linking to content in a DPS app, there's a "Link Reference" option in project settings, which will eventually be used for linking to an app from outside the app, but it's currently not supported. If you're asking about linking to other apps, this is standard OS functionality and I've successfully deep linked to an HT...

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Re: How do you include PDFs into your collections or articles? - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 26-10-2015
Tommy, as I just posted in the prerelease forum, Mac support for the DPS Converter for Acrobat plugin is now in active development, with a current target date of end-of-November.

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Now in prerelease: Convert PDFs to DPS articles using Acrobat - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 14-10-2015
We’re pleased to announce the prerelease of an Acrobat plugin that converts PDFs to DPS 2015 articles.You can read about the Adobe DPS Converter for Acrobat in the DPS blog and request an invitation to the prerelease by emailing dps-acrobat-converter-feedback@adobe.com.This provides value for organizations that have existing PDFs on network drives or services like SharePoint, that would be useful in your DPS app. Or perhaps your team is more comfortable authoring content in software like Word th...

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Re: Web version of application - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 03-09-2015
It's a limitation that the DPS Classic web viewer doesn't support swiping for slideshows.Brian

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Re: Web version of application - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 02-09-2015
Yes, you could potentially create a separate Classic DPS application as a web-viewer only app and use DPS 2015 for your native app experiences. Assuming that by "interactions" you're referring to InDesign overlays (using the InDesign DPS plugin) like slideshow and video, DPS Classic supports them too.You could have a Classic DPS folio for each each DPS 2015 collection.As Ivan mentions, DPS 2015 is targeting a web viewer for release in the fall.Brian

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