Now that you have implemented some key solutions of the Adobe Experience Cloud in your Development environment, it’s time to learn the publishing workflow.
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
Now that you have created and validated your library in the Development environment, it is time to publish it to Staging.
Go to the Publishing Flow page
Open the dropdown next to your library and select Submit for Approval
Click the Submit button in the dialog:
Your library will now appear in the Submitted column in an unbuilt state:
Open the dropdown and select Build for Staging:
Once the green-dot icon appears, the library can be previewed in the Staging environment.
In a real-life scenario, the next step in the process would typically be to have your QA team validate the changes in the Staging library. They can do this using the Debugger.
To Validate the Changes in the Staging Library
In your Launch property, open the Environments page
In the Staging row, click the Install icon to open the modal
Click the Copy icon to copy the embed code to your clipboard
Click Close to close the modal
Open the Luma demo site in your Chrome browser
Open the Experience Cloud Debugger extension by clicking the icon
Go to the Tools Tab
In the Adobe Launch > Replace Launch Embed Code section paste the Staging embed code that is in your clipboard
Turn on the Apply across luma.enablementadobe.com switch
Click the disk icon to save
Reload and check the Summary tab of the Debugger. Under the Launch section, you should now see your Staging Property is implemented, showing your property name (I.e. “Launch Tutorial” or whatever you named your property)!
In real-life, once your QA team has signed off by reviewing the changes in the Staging environment it is time to publish to production.
Go to the Publishing page
From the dropdown, click Approve for Publishing:
Click the Approve button in the dialog box:
The library will now appear in the Approved column in the unbuilt state (yellow dot):
Open the dropdown and select Build and Publish to Production:
Click the Publish in the dialog box:
The library will now appear in the Published column:
That’s it! You’ve completed the tutorial and published your first property in Launch!