Will R20 support custom app compilation for Windows 8.1? We have several customers waiting for this feature to be enable soon.
Have your customers tested their content with the Adobe Content Viewer in the Windows Store? If they have and are happy with the functionality please contact me directly via a private message and I can provide information on how we can build custom viewers for your customers to launch into the Windows Store. Unfortunately we don't have App Builder for this at the moment so it is somewhat of a manual process.
Hi Neil.. Their content looks great in Adobe viewer and they want to test it on a custom app with their own branding.. They are corporate companies so several DPS Enterprise are on the budget...I can't find how to send you a private message but if you can write me back. My email is XXXX
I appreciate very much your quick response.
Thanks for your help Neil:
One quick question...Is it possible for any DPS customer to contact and Adobe rep to send their digital publication information in order to compile their own Windows app? Or should we (as resellers and integrators) have access to this program?
Good question. For the reseller/integrator situation I think it makes sense for them to contact you (since as far as they are concerned you are their DPS contact), and then you work with Adobe to get the viewer produced. We don't have a way for anyone outside of Adobe to build the custom viewers, but we are happy to build the viewers for anyone who needs them to go live in the Windows Store marketplace.
Hi Neil how does windows version compare to iOS in terms of functionality? i.e. overlays, is it equal to iOS or more like the slightly limited Android version? Is there a comparison chart of all three? cheers Alistair
I'll work with Bob to get some documentation up in the near future. We have a release going out today hopefully that adds support for HTML articles. All that's left on the overlay side is pan and zoom, image sequence, and audio.
If you haven't already try downloading Adobe Inspire from the Windows Store and play around with it. Or download Adobe Content Viewer and try your own content!