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Re: Easy Way to Add the Gestures API to Muse - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 11-07-2016
Awesome! Look forward to trying it out. You folks at Bates are really on the ball!

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Re: Muse PreRelease to DPS 2015 - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 07-07-2016
I guess having a session at Max titled "No Code Required: Using Designer-Focused HTML Tools with Adobe DPS" would be a little misleading then.

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Re: add gesture api to adobe muse - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 15-06-2016
Those Gesture APIs are great for those with the coding chops, but if I have to dig into code to get it to function, Adobe shouldn't market Muse as a "Designer Friendly way to Build HTML Articles."

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Re: Muse PreRelease to DPS 2015 - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 31-03-2016
I'm having this same problem. So how do non-coders solve this? I've looked at the DPSGesture API material as well, but being a non-coder, I really don't understand what goes where.

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Re: Muse to AEM - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 31-03-2016
Thanks, Keith, but that thread is basically repeating my issue... Basically, you can use Muse to design your article, but you still have to go into the code and configure the gestures to get it to function properly in the AEM Mobile environment? There is a video from last year's MAX summit that talks about "No-Coding Required: Using Designer-Focused HTML Tools for DPS."MAX. The Creativity Conference. Looks great and all, but if I have to tweak code, then it's not really as advertised. I don't kn...

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Muse to AEM - Adobe Experience Manager Mobile 29-03-2016
I'm having some difficulty getting any articles I created in Muse (CC2015.1) to play nicely. I created a fairly basic responsive layout, and it works fine except there's no ability to bring up the Navigation UI. So I then tried creating just a simple, fixed layout with one line of text. I imported the article, and I got the same results; tapping doesn't trigger the navigation or swiping doesn't move to the next article.Understanding how gestures are handled in viewersThe help area referencing ge...

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