When: Tuesday 31st July 12–1 pm
What you will learn:
- How to make Oomph Apps more efficiently and speed up your production time
- The difference between a shared layer and a shared object
- How to add shared assets to your regular Oomph file structure
- How shared assets work together with regular Oomph pages
- Tips and tricks
Having the flexibility to make app wide changes in an instant and reducing the overall file size are two of the Holy Grails of digital publishing. Well now with Shared Assets we have a way to repeat a particular layout for every page of an article, or a border & background for an entire magazine. Any change made to that asset is instantly reflected across the whole app.
The two elements that go to make up Shared Assets are; Shared Layers and Shared Objects. Shared layers can be thought of as template pages or common layouts, they let you easily reuse content without tediously cut-and-pasting or copying pages, this reduces both production effort as well as content size; content produced using shared assets can be radically smaller than traditional content. When combined with shared layers, shared objects provide a tidy way to organise the content that will be loaded into shared layers.
Recorded Session and Support Files
The attached files contain samples shown during the webinar that you can review and examine to see how Shared Assets are applied to existing Projects.
The Conditions file shows you how Shared Assets interact with assets within Section Folders.
The PDF is a script of the Webinar.
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