by Lohrii Alo
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7 June 2013
User level: Intermediate
Required Adobe products (retail)
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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:
- Go to http://dpsapps.adobe.com/store_configurator/
- Customize the look and feel of your viewer library accordingly, using the self-explanatory user interface
- Download the .zip file and save it to a location of your choice (preferably on the local machine HD)
Figure 1: The DPS Store Configurator
To build your custom viewer app using the library design that you saved in the last step, do the following:
- Login to App builder with your Enterprise sign in credential (viewer builder role)
- Create a new app or edit an existing app
- Navigate to "Navigation Toolbar" section
- Click the "Library" icon
- Click "Use custom app library" icon
- Now click and navigate to choose the .zip file downloaded from the previous section saved on your machine
- Customize any other fields if required and click "Next"
- Continue and build your app to complete.
Figure 2. DPS App Builder
This article gave you an introduction on using DPS Store Configurator to customize the look of viewer library UI.
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