Yikes! Sorry you're having to deal with that, because that shouldn't be
an issue. Heartbleed was an issue 5 years ago... not so much anymore .
New SSL certs are cheap (even free!) and take 15min to deploy. Being
brutally honest here, this sounds like a lazy excuse from those
departments/site owners to not implement a new SSL cert.
I would vote for always https if it is not configurable in the interface
(I know you love when we suggest more settings!). I'd be curious to hear
@michaels87915107 's reason of never serving over https for security
Right now an extension developer can only save settings for the
currently viewed item, whether that's the extension configuration page
or a rule action. It'd be nice if developers could dynamically create or
update data elements, rules, actions, etc. Use cases:I'm allowing
multiple accounts to be added within my extension. If a user wants to
disable or remove a specific account, I want to be able to update all of
the rule actions and remove the account from the saved settings
automatically to pr...
One of the principles behind Launch is to bundle only what you need to
keep the library light and fast for the end user. While developing
extensions I've made sure to keep as few items loaded and kept the
settings objects as small as possible. But there are also times where I
want to save settings/preferences that should not be bundled in the
Launch library.The two main use cases I see here:Partially disabling a
feature within an extension where we want to keep the settings for when
the user wan...
Right now the minification process when building just returns if there
was an error and the error itself, but no context around what code is
causing it. This makes it hard to debug since there is no way to search
all custom code in Launch; users instead have to go rule by rule to find
the error. For example, I could have the following (valid) custom code
in a rule: let myVar = "foo";return myVar; But since this is ES6, the
minifier will fail, saying "There was an error minifying your custom
Since there is a security aspect to this, but Jenn is mentioning a good
point with editing rules/code, what about a popup that comes up with a
minute or two left before the session expires to see if you want to
extend your session?
Given the number of browsers that block or don't support Flash (Firefox
most recently), the number of recent 0-day exploits, and the lack of
features currently enabled, I think it is time for Adobe to switch to a
different method for generating graphs within the Marketing Cloud.
Moving away has multiple advantages:Better cross-browser support,
including browsers that don't allow Flash (e.g. mobile)Remove the
requirement to reload the page just to change the graph typeEasily save
or export the gr...