Launch by Adobe is the next-generation Tag Management platform. Each of the following guides provides best practices and instructions on how to implement Adobe Analytics, Adobe Target, Adobe Audience Manager, and the Experience Cloud ID Service using Launch in a variety of web architectures. Start with the Basic Setup guide and then choose your specific architecture.

Basic Setup with Launch by Adobe

The Basic Setup Guide takes you through key features of Launch by Adobe that will allow you to implement a basic instance of the Adobe Experience Cloud. This guide should be considered a prerequisite for understanding the implementations in the other guides.

As a companion to this guide, a very simple page with the reference implementation using these best practices can be found at:
https://adobe-marketing-cloud.github.io/launch-reference-architectures/basic/

Implementing the Experience Cloud in Websites with Launch

Implementing the Experience Cloud in Websites with Launch is a standalone tutorial that takes you through how to build a realistic retail implementation of the Experience Cloud. It shows common implementation scenarios such as capturing shopping cart events, order details, and customer IDs for Adobe Analytics, Adobe Target, Adobe Audience Manager, and the Experience Cloud ID Service.


The tutorial can be found at:
https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-cloud/implementing-in-websites-with-launch/index.html

 

AngularJS Implementation with Launch by Adobe

The AngularJS Guide builds upon the Basic Guide to implement the Experience Cloud in a single-page application built with AngularJS (1.x). Please note that the best practice for Target implementation in SPA has changed since these guides were written and they have not been updated yet. The current best practice is to use at.js 2.0 as described in Implement Adobe Target's at.js 2.0 in a Single Page Application (SPA).

As a companion to this guide, a reference implementation using these best practices can be found at:
https://adobe-marketing-cloud.github.io/launch-reference-architectures/angularjs/   

ReactJS with Redux Implementation with Launch by Adobe

The ReactJS with Redux Guide builds upon the Basic Guide to implement the Experience Cloud in a single-page application built with ReactJS and Redux.

Please note that the best practice for Target implementation in SPA has changed since these guides were written and they have not been updated yet. The current best practice is to use at.js 2.0 as described in Implement Adobe Target's at.js 2.0 in a Single Page Application (SPA).

As a companion to this guide, a reference implementation using these best practices can be found at: http://launchreactjs.businesscatalyst.com/

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Implementation with Launch by Adobe

The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Guide builds upon the Basic Guide to implement the Experience Cloud in a website using AMP.

As a companion to this guide, a reference implementation using these best practices can be found at: https://analytics.enablementadobe.com/amp/

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