The Reactor API that powers Launch is officially reaching 1.0 status today. This comes with a commitment to maintaining backwards compatibility within this major version (the 1.x series). To get started working with the Reactor API, please visit https://developer.adobelaunch.com/api/#.
A number of API changes have been made for this 1.0 release. API release notes will be posted with the API documentation at https://developer.adobelaunch.com/api/release_notes/2019-release-notes/.
Adapter has been renamed to
Host. Audit events will contain the following items related to this change.
For each Adapter, you'll see a
For each Environment, you'll see an
Environment.updated event to remove the relationship with the Adapter and add the relationship to the Host.
For each adapter, you'll see an
Fixed some inconsistencies with the Regular Expression tester used by various extensions.
Improved a few build error messages
Better reporting for failed SFTP Hosts
Updated the way that Rule Components and Data Elements relate to extensions. When you delete an extension and reinstall an extension, you no longer have to manually update your resources to point to the newly installed extension.
Rule Components are now under Property instead of Rule. This lays a foundation for future enhancements to Rule Components.
Visual updates to the resource copy tool, including status indicators and a cancel button.
Builds stored on Akamai will use a new folder structure. Embed codes do not change. This will mediate many issues we've seen with builds to Akamai.
Support for custom code has been added to Compare View.
The cross-property workflow is now a bit smoother.
Cross-property Copy - You can now copy resources from one property to another. After selecting a resource and clicking the Copy button, you can select a target property to copy to. This is available on Extensions, Data elements, and Rules. Read more about copying resources here.
Revision Compare - You can now compare one version of a resource with older versions. This is available on Extensions, Data Elements, and Rules. Read more about this new feature here.
Builds should be running ~15% faster than before. Large builds (hundreds of resources) will have more dramatic improvements.
Enters Viewport event is now configurable to trigger each time that the element enters the viewport instead of just the first time.
Custom Events can now contain extra contextual data that can be used in conditions and actions.
Link Delay on the Click event will now trigger on descendants of the anchor and not just the anchor itself.
Properties that are configured for Extension Development now have a small tag next to the Property Name.
OrgID is now available on the _satellite object.
Use of the Launch UI is no longer supported in IE11, you'll receive a warning if you login with IE 11.
Better support for long Library names in your Active Library and the Publishing view.
In certain scenarios, when you saved a library, the dependency checker would prompt you to add a new revision of an extension that was already in your Library. It doesn't do that anymore.
Tooltips will now reliably show up in Safari.
Searches in the search bar will now trigger a bit faster than before.