Target release notes (current)
Starting on March 1, 2020, Target will disable support for TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.0 encryption. Transport Layer Security (TLS) is the most-widely deployed security protocol used today for web browsers and other applications that require data to be securely exchanged over a network. This change is needed to meet the generally accepted security compliance standard of TLS 1.2 or higher. Check which TLS version you are currently using. If your version is lower than 1.2, implement the required changes prior to March 1, 2020 in order to continue to use Target as expected.
For detailed information on the possible impact and the steps you might need to take to update your implementation, see TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption changes .
The issue numbers in parentheses are for internal Adobe use.
Target Java SDK version 1.1.0 (December 16, 2019)
- Support for proxy config added due to an open source contribution made by @hisham-hassan.
Target Java SDK version 1.0.1 (November 11, 2019)
The following issue was fixed in version 1.0.1:
- Send supplemental data ID in a Target request even when there is no Visitor API cookie present.
Target platform (October 31, 2019)
Feature / Enhancement
The Target Java SDK lets you deploy Target server-side. This Java SDK helps you easily integrate Target with other Adobe Experience Cloud solutions, such as the Adobe Experience Cloud Identity Service, Adobe Analytics, and Adobe Audience Manager.
The Java SDK introduces best practices and removes complexities when integrating with Target via our delivery API so that your engineering teams can focus on business logic. The following are notable features that we are introducing in the latest version:
Learn more about the Target Java SDK on the Adobe Tech Blog - Server-Side Optimization with the new Target Java SDK .
at.js versions 2.2 and 1.8 (October 10, 2019)
Feature / Enhancement
at.js version 2.2
at.js version 1.8
These versions of at.js provide:
In order to take advantage of these performance improvements, upgrade to at.js 2.2 or at.js 1.8 along with ECID Library v4.4.
at.js 2.2 provides:
Target platform (October 9, 2019)
Feature / Enhancement
Node.js SDK version 1.0
The Target Node.js SDK lets you deploy Target server-side.
This Node.js SDK helps you easily integrate Target with other Experience Cloud solutions, such as the Adobe Experience Cloud Identity Service, Adobe Analytics, and Adobe Audience Manager.
The Node.js SDK introduces best practices and removes complexities when integrating with Adobe Target via our delivery API so that your engineering teams can focus on business logic. The following are notable features that we are introducing in the latest version:
For more information, see Release notes - Target Node.js SDK .
Learn more about the Target Node.js SDK on the Adobe Tech Blog - Open Sourcing the New Adobe Target Node.js SDK .
An entirely new delivery API endpoint (/v1/delivery) is available in production. Notable features are:
For more information, see Release notes - Target server-side APIs .
Additional release notes and version details
Release notes related to Adobe Target's server-side APIs.
Release notes related to Adobe Target's Node.js SDK.
Release notes related to Adobe Target's Java SDK.
This page shows changes to each version of mbox.js.
Note that the mbox.js library is no longer being developed. All customers should migrate from mbox.js to at.js.
Documentation Changes, Past Release Notes, and Experience Cloud Release Notes
In addition to the notes for each release, the following resources provide additional information:
View detailed information about updates to this guide that might not be included in these release notes.
For more information, see Documentation Changes .
Release notes for previous releases
View information about new features and enhancements in previous releases of Target Standard and Target Premium.
For more information, see Release notes for previous releases .
Adobe Experience Cloud release notes
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For more information, see Experience Cloud Release Notes .
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Upcoming release notes
For information about the current month's Target releases, including prerelease information, see the Target Release Notes - Prerelease page.