Release Notes.

GDPR Release Notes

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New Features:

May 10, 2018 - v 1.0

  • Support for Controllers to make GDPR Access and Delete requests on data stored in Adobe Experience Cloud
  • New APIs: GDPR API

OAuth 2.0 Documentation Release Notes

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New Features:

May 23, 2018 

  • OAuth 2.0 endpoints and scopes published for 3rd-party developers
  • OAuth 2.0 guide to help users understand Adobe's authorization code and implicit grant flows
  • Sample applications in Node.js and Python to help users get up and running faster
  • OAuth 2.0 playground to test out requesting your first access and refresh tokens
  • GitHub repositories published for the developer community to create issues and PRs
  • Based on feedback, we have published a quickstart guide for the JWT service-to-service authentication flow that simplifies the process compared to existing documentation.
  • Going forward, we will be consolidating our authentication-related documentation and resources so users will have a unified experience. Furthermore, we will be taking feedback on improving the breadth and granularity of scopes provided for 3rd-party developers to create even better applications for Adobe customers and users.

Adobe I/O Console Release Notes 

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New Features:

MARCH 27, 2018 - V 4.2

  • Support for I/O Events Debug & Tracing 
  • Support for consuming I/O Events via Journaling 
  • New APIs: Adobe I/O Management API, Data Services, Adobe Analytics 
  • New Events: Analytics Triggers, Adobe Stock
  • Private Beta: Support for I/O Runtime and Sensei functions

Adobe I/O Events Release Notes

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New Features:

March 27, 2018 - v 1.0

  • I/O Events: Ability to subscribe to Adobe Cloud Platform events via webhook or retrieve via Journal API
  • AEM Events: Ability to subscribe to events for AEM Assets, Pages and Custom Events. Currently supporting AEM 6.2 and AEM 6.3
  • Analytics Triggers: Ability to subscribe to Analytics Triggers events
  • Journaling: Allowing developers to retrieve events via the Adobe I/O Management API
  • Debug Tracing: Support for debug tracing via the Adobe I/O Console for each event ID
  • CC Events: Ability to subscribe to Creative Cloud Asset Events
  • MS Flow Connector: Support for CC Events via dedicated MS Flow connectors
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