Learn how to take advantage of the powerful APIs available in DPS via this collection of informative articles.
Derek Lu (Mar 10, 2014)
Learn about new DPS capabilities for dialog boxes, transparent web views, folio navigation, article metadata, and calendar/reminder events.
Scott Dreier (Feb 11, 2014)
Learn how to use new APIs introduced in December, 2013, enabling you to detect the other installed apps on iOS devices, leverage new device identifiers, pass parameters into DPS apps, and open links in Mobile Safari.
Derek Lu (Dec 06, 2013)
Learn how to create a custom welcome screen for new iOS readers to do things like inform them about First Folio Free, automatically download and view an issue, request contact information, and more.
Kristy Duncan, Derek Lu (Sep 09, 2014)
Learn how to use the new Free Article Preview feature to give readers a free taste of your content while being prompted to buy or subscribe.
Adobe (Oct 07, 2013)
Learn how to use a spreadsheet pivot table to organize and analyze the raw data of your DPS fulfillment reports.
Ramin Firoozye (Mar 11, 2013)
Learn how to use eMagazines Insight with your folios to measure app installs and in-app purchases by Campaign ID.
Derek Lu (Jan 10, 2014)
Get a quick overview of the Library and Store API and get started with a sample implementation.
Derek Lu (Mar 11, 2013)
Learn the basics of debugging your Digital Publishing Suite custom store or library for iOS.
Derek Lu (Sep 14, 2013)
Learn how to use the new Camera API to deliver richer experiences to your readers by allowing them integrate images from the iPad or iPhone camera and camera roll into your folios.
Derek Lu (Jul 15, 2013)
Learn how to leverage GPS data on iOS to deliver folios or specific content within folios based on device location.
Scott Dreier (Jul 31, 2013)
Implement a concrete example of direct entitlement that illustrates the basic interface and requirements.
David Schmidt (Dec 07, 2013)
Automate the process of converting PDF files into InDesign files for easy to import into Folio Producer.