September 8, 2016
Support for iOS 10
This release includes the following fixes to improve the appearance of DPS apps in iOS 10. We recommend that you use DPS App Builder to rebuild and resubmit your apps.
- The Library view title bar no longer has a gray area in the upper right section near the settings icon. (4143672)
- The navigation bar in folio view is no longer dark gray. (4143673)
- The sign-in dialog is no longer transparent and unusable. (4143674)
- Inline video with no controller no longer shows the play button blip at the end. (4143774)
- The TOC menu in the Free Preview window now appears properly. (4143768)
- The Favorites menu is no longer too transparent. (4143735)
- The folio cover preview background in library view is no longer too transparent. (4143733)
January 7, 2016
Support for iPv6 in iOS apps
Apple announced on August 28th, 2015 that in early 2016, customers who are submitting apps to the iTunes App Store must fully support IPv6. This Digital Publishing Suite (DPS 2014) release addresses this requirement. With this release, iOS apps created or edited with DPS App Builder now support iPv6.
DPS 2015 apps are still being tested to ensure they meet Apple's requirement. We will post an announcement related to DPS 2015 when that testing is complete.
December 9, 2015
Resolved an issue with certain content not scaling properly on retina (HD) iPads. (4074375)
October 28, 2015
Embedded videos now play properly when the device is not connected to the Internet.
September 3, 2015
iOS 6 compatibility
The Sept. 3, 2015 update to the Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) iOS viewer supports iOS 7.0 and greater, and is not compatible with iOS 6. The minimum supported phone and tablet devices on iOS 7 are the iPhone 4 and iPad 2, respectively (the iPhone 3GS is no longer supported because it cannot be updated to iOS 7). For details, see the iOS 6 Compatibility FAQ.
Receipt handling changes
This update includes changes to receipt handling in the iOS viewer. The viewer now supports the most recent receipt formats from Apple. Older receipt formats will no longer be retrieved by the latest version of iOS viewer. Existing iOS apps created with earlier versions of DPS will continue to work. In addition, end-users with existing folio and subscription purchases will be unaffected by this change and will continue to get access to their purchases.
However, if you use the JS API to validate receipts directly with Apple in a custom HTML storefront, you need to update your code to handle the new receipt format. For details on the JS API changes see Library and Store v2 SDK.