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Re: Made on DPS and publish on AEM mobile? - Adobe Experience Manager 28-08-2017
AEMMobile has a migration tool however its intended use is to migrate existing DPS content over as part of a transition over to AEM Mobile from DPSIt is not intended to to be used as part of a normal ongoing publishing workflow.Related docs can be found here;Migrate content from DPS folios to AEM Mobile

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Re: AEM Mobile Apps Concept - Adobe Experience Manager 15-09-2016
1. I'm not aware of a diagram that articulates this, i'll pass on the request2. true, it is not used in a typical OnDemad app. However if your app plans to pull content directly from AEM at some point you will need one 3. OnDemand hosted services is not an AEM instance/service and does not use the AEM Dispatcher, although being a SaaS likely has its own caching and load balancing 4. AppStore host and distribute apps as there were provided by the app owner. Although the app once installed may pul...

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Re: AEM Mobile Apps Concept - Adobe Experience Manager 14-09-2016
APPSTORE is for App hosting and distributionAEM Hybrid/PhoneGap AppsContent is managed then staged (rendered and packaged into zips) on AEM-AUTHOR and published (zips replicate to) to AEM-PUBLISH.Apps running on DEVICE can check for and pull app content updates (the packaged zips) from AEM-PUBLISH.AEM Mobile Apps (using OnDemand Runtime)Content is managed then uploaded from AEM-AUTHOR to AEM OnDemand hosted services.AEM-PUBLISH is not used (in a typical deployment) given AEM OnDemand is managing...

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Re: Drag & Drop Articles into Publications - Adobe Experience Manager 14-12-2015
Can you use FolioBuilder panel in InDesign to upload your articles to the folio?In 6.2 DPS Classic Support is being deprecated in favour of DPS2015 support.I don't believe enough of the infrastructure you'd need is exported/available to do it OOTB nor am i aware of someone having done it already.AEM also integrates with InDesignServer. It may be possible to use InDesign Server to do the upload of the InDesign content.John

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Re: Drag & Drop Articles into Publications - Adobe Experience Manager 07-12-2015
Currently there is no OOTB support for .article/.folio files in the way you describe.Where did you get those files? You could contribute those articles to the same folio outside of AEM if you'd like (articles in a folio coming from both AEM and InDesign).Final article ordering in the mixed Folio case would be easiest to manage via a sidecar file or FolioProduer UI.John

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Re: how to synchronize AEM mobile website content with DPS app - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Mobile Apps usually serve a purpose beyond wrapping a mobile web site.I'm not sure how many pages you'd plan to move to an App or whether you'd still want the web site navigation and UX.Content in DPS folios are generally represented flat, so MSM use might be more challenging given you're moving from hierarchy to flat. Mobile content runs off the device so there is some magic (ContentSync export config an handlers) to export web content to static content. The complexity of the pages (template an...

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Re: how to synchronize AEM mobile website content with DPS app - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
You could automate creation of DPS Folio and Article pages from existing mobile web content pages.Once you have Folio’s and articles in AEM you can upload them to DPS for publishing into a DPS app. Depending on the complexity and responsiveness of your templates and components you might be able to reuse most of them for the DPS app. You might also consider MSM to establish a live relationship between mobile web pages and DPS pages. John

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Re: DPS API & How to use it - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
btw, AEM's DPS2015 integration uses individual post operations rather than a workflow. Reuse and automation will be easier with DPS2015 as a result.

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Re: DPS API & How to use it - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Creating and invoking workflows are already documented and should help with what you are trying to do.The DPS Upload workflow can be seen at;http://localhost:4502/libs/cq/workflow/admin/console/content/models.html/etc/workflow/modelshttp://localhost:4502/cf#/%252Fetc%252Fworkflow%252Fmodels%252Fdps%252Fupload-content.htmlThat workflow can be edited or copied depending on what you need.It contains/users 2 steps 'Upload HTMLResources to DPS' and 'Upload to DPS' which can also be reused in your own...

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Re: DPS API & How to use it - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Classic uploads use a workflow to do that which you should find in the workflow console. You can reuse that workflow or just the process(es) it uses.

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