If you’re an Enterprise publisher, you can use DPS App Builder to replace the default viewer library with a custom library that you create. You can create custom libraries and storefronts for iOS apps. For native Android apps, you can create a custom library that replaces the default library.

Custom storefronts and libraries

  1. Create the .zip file containing the HTML code you want to use for the custom library. For information on creating the HTML files, see Implementing separate library and store functionality.

  2. In DPS App Builder, create or edit an entitlement viewer.

  3. Do any of the following:

    • (iOS) In the Navigation Toolbar section of DPS App Builder, click the Library icon in the black bar under Customize and Test the Toolbar and Custom Icons.
    • (Native Android) In the Library section of Web-based DPS App Builder, click the Library icon and specify the .zip file containing the HTML code.
  4. Click the icon next to Use Custom Viewer Library, and specify the .zip file containing the HTML code you created.

For additional information about creating custom libraries, see Custom storefronts and libraries.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License  Twitter™ and Facebook posts are not covered under the terms of Creative Commons.

Legal Notices   |   Online Privacy Policy