Just assembled a browse page for a bi-monthly digi-pub. Same template,
same cards as always. Very templated layout. About half of the browse
page (phone) is rendering properly. However, when it gets about halfway
through, the images are no longer conforming to the card layout
(image-top card), and they're filling the whole space vertically. I
remember this happening a while back and you guys had a special release
to correct the problem (maybe when iOS 12 was released???). Anyway, this
Jumping on this band wagon. We are building a custom Preflight app,
actually updating one that we've been using for the past year. Signing
Tool: release.2018.1Xcode: 9.1Splash Screens are appearing.
However...App Icon is showing default AEM Preflight icon. The Custom app
icon is visible DURING the installation process, but as soon as
installation is finished, it reverts to the AEM icon. Is there a fix for
Is this related??? I'm sure it is. We are building a Dev app. The
180x180 App Icon is visible during the installation process, but as soon
as it finishes installing, the App Icon reverts to the default AEM Icon.
Is there a fix for this?
Content within AEM Mobile is device specific (Phones or tablets) not
platform specific (iOS or Android). Content is organized within Projects
and a project can be published in both an Android App and an iOS app. If
you want to segregate the content between the two platforms, you'd
actually have to have 2 separate projects - one for iOS and one for
Android. So, you publishing process would be twice as much work, even
though you'd only have to develop the content once. Hope this
Hmm... I just dropped an article at the top position of my Top Level
Collection and set the Collection to open as Content View and it worked
fine. I don't know what you mean by it wont work at the Top Level.If you
put a Collection as the first item in the TLC, then Yes, it will display
the Collection. However, if you put the first item you want to have
displayed (an article) as the first item AND you select to display it as
Content View, it should work just as you want it to.
Sorry, your Top Level Collection - you had referred to that in your
first comment. So, after re-reading your comment - Yes, select the
Collection in which you want to just view the article, and select
"Edit". This opens the metadata page for the collection. Toward the
bottom right column on the metadata is a parameter for choosing how
you'd like to display the contents of the collection. Browse Page is the
default view, but you can change that to Content view which will display
the first article...