Target release notes (prerelease)
These release notes provide information about features, enhancements, and fixes for the latest or upcoming Adobe Target releases.
Last Updated: October 2, 2019
These release notes contain prerelease information. Release dates, features, and other information are subject to change without notice. To view information about the current release, see Target Release Notes . The information on these pages might be the same or it might differ, depending on the timing of releases.
The issue numbers in parentheses are for internal Adobe use.
Feature / Enhancement
Node.js SDK version 1.0
(October 9, 2019)
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 .
(October 9, 2019)
An entirely new delivery API endpoint (/v1/delivery) will be available in production. Notable features are:
For more information, see Release notes - Target server-side APIs .
at.js version 2.2
at.js version 1.8
(October 10, 2019)
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:
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