7 June 2013
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the DPS Store Configurator to customize the look and feel of your DPS default viewer library without writing a single line of code.
However, with the new DPS Store Configurator web-based application (also created by Derek Lu), you now can customize the viewer library without writing a single line of code. This can be very helpful and will automate your viewer app creation process to a great extent thus saving you a lot of time and effort.
Note: This guide is intended for publishers who already have created a custom viewer app using DPS enterprise Edition. If you have not previously created a custom viewer app, you should read the documentation titled "Creating custom viewer apps for the iPad and iPhone"
To use the DPS Store Configurator to customize your library UI:
To build your custom viewer app using the library design that you saved in the last step, do the following:
This article gave you an introduction on using DPS Store Configurator to customize the look of viewer library UI.
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