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React Native AEP Core Extension

React Native AEP Core Extension

@adobe/react-native-acpcore is a wrapper around the iOS and Android AEP Core SDK to allow for integration with React Native applications. Functionality to enable the Core extension is provided entirely through JavaScript documented below.

Installation

You need to install the SDK with npm and configure the native Android/iOS project in your react native project.

Note: If you are new to React Native we suggest you follow the React Native Getting Started page before continuing.

1. Create React Native project

First create a React Native project:

react-native init MyReactApp

2. Install JavaScript packages

Install and link the @adobe/react-native-acpcore package:

cd MyReactApp
npm install @adobe/react-native-acpcore
2.1 Link
  • React Native 0.60+

CLI autolink feature links the module while building the app.

  • React Native <= 0.59
react-native link @adobe/react-native-acpcore

Note: if using Cocoapods, run:

cd ios/ && pod install

3. Configure native projects

3.1 iOS project

(Only required for React Native <= 0.59)

In the Link Binary With Libraries section, click the + link and add the following frameworks and libraries:

  • UIKit.framework
  • SystemConfiguration.framework
  • WebKit.framework
  • UserNotifications.framework
  • libsqlite3.0.tbd
  • libc++.tbd
  • libz.tbd
4. Next steps

After you have installed Core, you can install additional AEP React Native extensions.

Extension npm package
Analytics npm version
Audience npm version
Campaign npm version
Media npm version
Target npm version
User Profile npm version

Tests

This project contains jest unit tests which are contained in the __tests__ directory, to run the tests locally:

make run-tests-locally

Usage

Initializing:

Initializing the SDK should be done in native code, documentation on how to initalize the SDK can be found here. The linked documentation initalizes the User Profile extension which is not required, however, if you are interested in the User Profile extension for React Native you can find it here.

Once you have added the initialization code to your app, be sure to set the SDK wrapper type to React Native before you start the SDK.

iOS:

[ACPCore setWrapperType:ACPMobileWrapperTypeReactNative];

####### Android:

MobileCore.setWrapperType(WrapperType.REACT_NATIVE);

Core

Updating the SDK configuration:
ACPCore.updateConfiguration({"yourConfigKey": "yourConfigValue"});
Getting the SDK version:
ACPCore.extensionVersion().then(version => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: ACPCore version: " + version));
Getting the log level:
ACPCore.getLogLevel().then(level => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: Log Level = " + level));
Controlling the log level of the SDK:
import {ACPMobileLogLevel} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

ACPCore.setLogLevel(ACPMobileLogLevel.VERBOSE);
Using the AEP Logging API:
import {ACPMobileLogLevel} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

ACPCore.log(ACPMobileLogLevel.ERROR, "React Native Tag", "React Native Message");

Note: ACPMobileLogLevel contains the following getters:

const ERROR = "ACP_LOG_LEVEL_ERROR";
const WARNING = "ACP_LOG_LEVEL_WARNING";
const DEBUG = "ACP_LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG";
const VERBOSE = "ACP_LOG_LEVEL_VERBOSE";
Getting the current privacy status:
ACPCore.getPrivacyStatus().then(status => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: Privacy Status = " + status));
Setting the privacy status:
import {ACPMobilePrivacyStatus} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

ACPCore.setPrivacyStatus(ACPMobilePrivacyStatus.OPT_IN);

Note: ACPMobilePrivacyStatus contains the following getters:

const OPT_IN = "ACP_PRIVACY_STATUS_OPT_IN";
const OPT_OUT = "ACP_PRIVACY_STATUS_OPT_OUT";
const UNKNOWN = "ACP_PRIVACY_STATUS_UNKNOWN";
Getting the SDK identities:
ACPCore.getSdkIdentities().then(identities => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: Identities = " + identities));
Dispatching an Event Hub event:
import {ACPExtensionEvent} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

var event = new ACPExtensionEvent("eventName", "eventType", "eventSource", {"testDataKey": "testDataValue"});
ACPCore.dispatchEvent(event);
Dispatching an Event Hub event with callback:
import {ACPExtensionEvent} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

var event = new ACPExtensionEvent("eventName", "eventType", "eventSource", {"testDataKey": "testDataValue"});
ACPCore.dispatchEventWithResponseCallback(event).then(responseEvent => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: responseEvent = " + responseEvent));
Dispatching an Event Hub response event:
import {ACPExtensionEvent} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

var responseEvent = new ACPExtensionEvent("responseEvent", "eventType", "eventSource", {"testDataKey": "testDataValue"});
var requestEvent = new ACPExtensionEvent("requestEvent", "eventType", "eventSource", {"testDataKey": "testDataValue"});
ACPCore.dispatchResponseEvent(responseEvent, requestEvent);

Identity

Getting the extension version:
ACPIdentity.extensionVersion().then(version => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: ACPIdentity version: " + version));
Registering the extension with Core:
ACPIdentity.registerExtension();
Sync Identifier:
ACPIdentity.syncIdentifier("identifierType", "identifier", ACPMobileVisitorAuthenticationState.AUTHENTICATED);
Sync Identifiers:
ACPIdentity.syncIdentifiers({"id1": "identifier1"});
Sync Identifiers with Authentication State:
import {ACPMobileVisitorAuthenticationState} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

ACPIdentity.syncIdentifiersWithAuthState({"id1": "identifier1"}, ACPMobileVisitorAuthenticationState.UNKNOWN);

Note: ACPMobileVisitorAuthenticationState contains the following getters:

const AUTHENTICATED = "ACP_VISITOR_AUTH_STATE_AUTHENTICATED";
const LOGGED_OUT = "ACP_VISITOR_AUTH_STATE_LOGGED_OUT";
const UNKNOWN = "ACP_VISITOR_AUTH_STATE_UNKNOWN";
Setting the advertising identifier:
ACPCore.setAdvertisingIdentifier("adID");
Append visitor data to a URL:
ACPIdentity.appendVisitorInfoForURL("test.com").then(urlWithVisitorData => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: VisitorData = " + urlWithVisitorData));
Get visitor data as URL query parameter string:
ACPIdentity.getUrlVariables().then(urlVariables => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: UrlVariables = " + urlVariables));
Get Identifiers:
ACPIdentity.getIdentifiers().then(identifiers => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: Identifiers = " + identifiers));
Get Experience Cloud IDs:
ACPIdentity.getExperienceCloudId().then(cloudId => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: CloudID = " + cloudId));
Setting the push identifier:
ACPCore.setPushIdentifier("pushIdentifier");
VisitorID Class:
import {ACPVisitorID} from '@adobe/react-native-acpcore';

var visitorId = new ACPVisitorID(idOrigin?: string, idType: string, id?: string, authenticationState?: ACPMobileVisitorAuthenticationState)

Lifecycle

Note: Implementing Lifecycle via Javascript may lead to inaccurate Lifecycle metrics, therefore we recommend implementing Lifecycle in native Android and iOS code. However, if implementing Lifecycle in Javascript is required you can use the AppState to receive notifications about when your app enters foreground/background. Based on the AppState you can make the corresponding calls to lifecycleStart and lifecyclePause.

Getting the extension version:
ACPLifecycle.extensionVersion().then(version => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: ACPLifecycle version: " + version));
Registering the extension with Core:
ACPLifecycle.registerExtension();
Starting a lifecycle event:
ACPCore.lifecycleStart({"lifecycleStart": "myData"});
Pausing a lifecycle event:
ACPCore.lifecyclePause();

Signal

Getting the extension version:
ACPSignal.extensionVersion().then(version => console.log("AdobeExperienceSDK: ACPSignal version: " + version));
Registering the extension with Core:
ACPSignal.registerExtension();
Collecting PII:
ACPCore.collectPii({"myPii": "data"});

Troubleshooting

  1. A few different errors can result from not running react-native link @adobe/react-native-acpcore or when the autolinker in React Native 0.60.x does not properly link the SDK when building.
  • TypeError: null is not an object (evaluating RCTACPCore...)

  • ACPCore.h not found when importing <RCTACPCore/ACPCore.h>

  • No SDK logs or errors after implementing in Javascript

react-native link @adobe/react-native-acpcore
cd ios/ && pod install # only if using pods

Another possible issue is that your application is built using Expo. Unfortunately Expo does not support native modules out of the box. Please see Ejecting to ExpoKit.

  1. Specs satisfying the RCTACPCore (from ../node_modules/@adobe/react-native-acpcore) dependency were found, but they required a higher minimum deployment target.
  • The AEP SDK’s require at least iOS 10.0 to function properly. If you see this error, ensure your Podfile specfies at least iOS 10.0.

Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING

Download Details:

Author: adobe

Source Code: https://github.com/adobe/react-native-acpcore

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