Unfortunately it is a manual process right now. The AEM Authoring for a
Dynamic Banner is most likely going to be released as a Feature Pack for
AEM 6.3. There is no work on if/when it will be back ported to earlier
You are correct that the AEM Authoring Side doesn't have a separate
dynamic banner object at this time (its something that is planned for a
future release). However, a dynamic banner and an article are very
similar in their construction. If you create an article, then export it
from AEM, then you can import it into the AEM Mobile On Demand server as
a Dynamic Banner.
articles. So, you can use the same calls that you would if you were
writing a HTML based article, including the out of the box Cordova
pluginsThe User API has a launchSignInUX method that you can call from
your banner.Have a look at the AEM Mobile specific Cordova-enabled
plug-ins help article for details and a link to some samples.
You will probably have better luck getting the right answers if you
posted the question in the Adobe Document Cloud (DC) community forum
.The folks here are primarily focused on the Adobe Experience Manager
Mobile product. Adobe Document Cloud
Hi PM;Can you look at the AEM error.log and see if there is anything
there? AEM should log the problem at some level. If you could provide a
screen shot of the error in the log it would helpAlso, can you tell us
how big the HTML Resources file is? Info on the number of individual
files in that resources file would help as well (I believe MODs has a
limit to the number of files in a single MODs entity).You can get the
resource file from a URL (see
Due to the wide variety of plugins and the various methods they can be
implemented, its not possible for AEM Mobile to support all custom
plugins.I'm not overly familiar with the facebook plugin, but are a
couple of patterns that we have noticed can cause problems:App
Delegates: Plugins that require reference to application-level classes,
such as AppDelegate are currently not supported by the developer tools.
This is because the application is not available when the framework is
being built. The...
I believe that the information relates more to the Adobe Experience
Manager Screens functionality than to Mobile. You may try posting in the
general AEM forum  and put a title on it to get the attention of the
Screens folks.Adobe Experience Manager
There are a couple of different UI paradigms going on in these demos.AEM
Mobile On Demand (MOD) apps can take advantage of the Browse Page UI
construct to navigate content. This enables the content owner to define
a layout that uses the metadata from app content to generate a card
based navigation UI. The Dupont UI is a good example of this. The cards
shown in the photos are displayed according to rules set in the app's
layout and are driven by articles and collections in the app.You can
1 - AEM's UI allows content authoring using mobile devices, but from a
practical point of view the smaller screen size can be a limiting
factor. I know a few folks that do it with tablets, but I believe most
authors prefer using a desktop environment2 - If you are using Adobe
Analytics for AEM Mobile (PhoneGap apps) you will need to include the
Adobe Mobile Services (AMS) SDK with the app. The AEM Mobile tools make
it quite easy to include the SDK (see ). Calling the SDK from your
app can be ...
The documentation for developing in AEM Mobile for AEM Mobile On Demand
apps is still under construction. However, I made a PDF of an early
draft so you can have a reference.
To create and manage content in AEM Mobile's authoring environment, you
will need an installation of the AEM system. This is available either as
an on-premise installation (on your servers) or as a hosted server (in
Adobe's environment).For production use both options require an AEM
license. You can get a trial license for short time use (such as a proof
of concept). Your Adobe Sales Rep can get you the trial version license
AEM Mobile does not have a scanner capability. Can you provide some more
information? What Adobe product are you having trouble with? If its
Adobe Acrobat you may try posting your question to the Acrobat
Yes, you can certainly use AEM Assets in your AEM Mobile On Demand (MOD)
applications.MOD uses Articles and Banners as containers for content.
Think of them as Pages in AEM Sites. This means you author Articles and
Banners by adding AEM components and adding Assets to them - just as you
would author an AEM Sites page. In fact, AEM Mobile uses the same page
editor as Sites.To create an Article that contains AEM sourced
content:Sign in to you AEM Authoring instance and navigate to AEM
The ability to create HTML based cards in AEM Mobile (formerly DPS 2015)
is on the product roadmap. I can't provide a ETA, but the goal is to
have something released by late Q3 or early Q4 2016. Of course this
depends on a lot of factors and the release date is subject to change.
The functionality is quite a bit different in AEM Mobile On Demand apps
than it was in DPS Classic apps.If you create an HTML based article and
it is the first item in the default collection, then your app will open
to the HTML article without going to a "normal" AEM Mobile browse page.
That way the HTML article can work like your storefront. The isn't
really a direct mapping of the older storefront APIs (for one thing the
concept of a folio no longer exists). The AEM Mobile runtime APIs 
Can you check the log files to see if there is an indication as to the
problem?If you check the access.log and error.log files immediately
after you test the connection they usually provide some good info on
what went wrong.Log files are located in the crx-quickstart/logs folder.
An Adobe ID account is used to access and manage all kinds of products
and services provided by Adobe Systems, inc. For example, you used your
account to post in this Adobe Experience Manager Mobile support forum (a
product support forum for enterprise customers using Adobe's AEM Mobile
product).If you have questions or concerns about managing your Adobe ID
account please see the support page: Manage your Adobe ID account
Are you creating the form from an existing document using PDF Generator?
(For example converting a Word document to a PDF server sided).If not,
and you are creating the document using LiveCycle Designer, try
publishing this question to either the Forms or the Designer forums.
You'll likely get a better response to your question in those forums.
Similar disucussions have come up in the past. Have a look at these
My first bit of advice would be to get the DSC development plugin from
Labs. It will make your development and deployment much
documentation is pretty good around
wrote a couple of articles on DSC development ages ago. Its a bit out of
date (before the tooling was available) but it may help you with the
AFAIK Acrobat only has one location to store attachments. Although the
subforms may each have an attachment button, the attachments are all
going to the same place in the PDF. If you need to identify what
attachments are in what subform you may need to add an identifier to the
attachment by using either the attachment name or description. For
example you may tag all the attachments with the sub form name as the
The trick to this is in the results that the DDX returns. When using the
FileAttachments tag in a DDX the result is not just the attachments, but
also an XML that describes the attachments.
description file (identified using the “result” attribute in the DDX)
goes into a Map stored in AssemblerResult.object.documents. The
extracted documents are also stored in this map. By reading the
description XML file you can tell the file name, c...