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Bootcamp: DPS - Setting up an iOS developer account
To build iOS applications with DPS App Builder, you need to create certificates and mobile provisioning profiles for your app. This video will guide you through the steps, including some valueable steps. This session was presented by Klaasjan Tukker during the DPS EMEA Bootcamp 2014 in Stockholm.
DPS Accounts and Roles
Understanding how multiple Adobe IDs are used in a DPS workflow is important. This video discusses the roles and account types used by DPS Enterprise and DPS Pro accounts.
Granting the Builder Role
To build a DPS application you use DPS App Builder. In a DPS Pro or Enterprise account, access to the DPS App Builder is a role granted to an Adobe ID by a master or admin account. This video shows how to grant the builder role to a delegate Adobe ID.
Granting the Application Role
To build content for an application you use an Adobe ID with the application role. In a DPS Pro or Enterprise account the application role is granted to an Adobe ID by a master or admin account. This video shows how to grant the application role to a delegate Adobe ID and settings for this role.
DPS Quick Start for New Master Accounts
You're just staring with Digital Publishing Suite and you want to get your DPS Enterprise or DPS Pro account up and running. This video will lead you through the basics of master account and delegate account setup to get your organization up and running.
Administration - Managing Users
This video introduces and demonstrates how to manage user accounts on the J2EE platform
Using Typekit to sync fonts for desktop use
Typekit is not just web fonts anymore. Typekit now brings great type directly onto your desktop for use in any application. This video shows how easy it is to start using one of Adobe’s new typefaces, Source Serif, by syncing the fonts from Typekit. Source Serif is one of the many typefaces available for desktop sync in Typekit’s free tier. This means that it’s available to all users with an Adobe ID, even if you sign up with a free, trial account.
Information Screen & Scheduled Text Notifications
Increase engagement with your app by displaying an Information Screen at any point when customers are consuming content. Information Screen functionality displays content at any time during the app experience to encourage readers to create an account, download a companion app, access help content or view other customized offers via Web view. Display HTML content consistent with your app’s look-and-feel that prompts a user to take action, and include this HTML content within the Information Screen. And streamline the process of sending text notifications to keep consumers on iOS engaged with your app and brand. Use new scheduling capabilities to set up notifications in advance, and push them out on a specific date for maximum impact on your audience. Additionally, gain additional insight into how you’re engaging customers with notifications through new functionality allowing review of sent notifications.
Bernard Aschwanden: 30% reduction in injuries due to Consistent Documentation
Bernard Aschwanden of Publishing Smarter shares an actual case history of an account who had experienced a great deal of expensive "down time" due to on-site injuries. Bernard helped migrate the customer to consistent documentation content via FrameMaker, and on-site injuries were reduced by 30%, eliminating massive revenue losses that occurred during site shut-downs.