Doubleclick has it's own HTML5 banner creator, GWD. So they have not put that much effort into creating Edge templates.
Here are the templates available filtered for dynamic.
The good news is GWD is free, and DC actually has lots of documentation on how to do this stuff, because DC is a banner add company. Adobe is a company whose business is making money off lots of different software.
Google is doing Hangouts for this stuff. There is one today
They touched on GWD in the July hangout
Theoretically you could create your dynamic ad and insert it into your Edge project as an iFrame.
Thank you for such a detailed answer.
Sadly, I think GWD is going to be too limited for what I'm trying to achieve effects-wise.
I don't suppose you have a little more info (or even screenshots) on the iFraming process in Edge?
All the best,
You would build your creative using the DCRM templates, even the GWD ones for dynamic can be edited in an HTML editor. Decide what portion of say the 300x250 is going to be dynamic and make your iFramed content that size.
There is a feed doc. It can be CSV. They like for it to be a Google Doc, because they are owned by Google.
DC has documentation on creating your feed doc. In Studio there is a dynamic tab, you will end up with an ID, and Studio will give you the code to paste.
In Edge you create a rectangle called Box. I can't remember if it is alpha 0 on the rectangle's color, or opacity 0 on the rectangle. I think it is alpha 0.
sym.$("Box").html("<iframe width='300' height='200' src='http://**********/flipbook/' scrolling='no' border='0' border='no' frameBorder='0' ></iframe>");
When you figure this out please return to share what you discovered.
Just wanted to add Google is doing Hangouts for GWD and they just keep adding components. I would definitely check out GWD, because GWD does have dynamic templates.
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