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App Builder and Adobe I/O Runtime

App Builder greatly simplifies the process of building Cloud Native Applications that leverage Adobe I/O Runtime.

If you have existing actions deployed on Adobe I/O Runtime and you want to migrate them to an App Builder application (maybe a headless application) these are the main steps:

  • In the Developer Console create a new project and choose App Builder as the template
  • Configure the Adobe CLI and then use it to initialize a new application for the project you’ve created in the Developer Console; check Setting Up Your Environment
  • Create copies of your existing actions in this project
  • Deploy and test the new actions
  • Update your applications to point to the new actions

Developer Preview and Production SLA#

If you are a customer who uses Adobe I/O Runtime in production (with production SLAs) and plan on using App Builder, you might wonder what the App Builder Developer Preview and I/O Runtime production SLA mean. Any I/O Runtime action you deploy as part of your App Builder projects is also covered by the overall production SLA you have for I/O Runtime.

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