Oracle Content and Experience provides software development kits (SDKs) that help you integrate and extend Oracle Content and Experience functionality.
This read-only SDK retrieves structured content, digital assets, and content layouts that are managed in Oracle Content and Experience. Different versions of the SDK are available for use in browser projects or NodeJS projects.
The Content SDK consists of three main modules:
ContentSDK: The main entry-point object. The ContentSDK object lets you create client objects to access content based on your requirements.
ContentDeliveryClient : A client object that is set up to access published content items and digital assets.
ContentPreviewClient : A client object that is set up to access content types, draft content items, and draft digital assets.
The Content SDK is made available as an Oracle open-source project on GitHub:
You can download it for both NodeJS and Browser on the Oracle Content and Experience downloads page. It's also available for download from your Oracle Content and Experience server. There is an AMD module for use through RequireJS in the Browser and a CommonJS module for use in NodeJS server-side applications:
Browser: load via RequireJS -
Node: npm install -
Detailed descriptions of the
classes are available at Content SDK.
The Mobile SDKs for Oracle Content and Experience are read-only SDKs for retrieving published content items, digital assets, and content layouts that are managed in Oracle Content and Experience.
The Mobile SDKs are light-weight iOS and Android bindings that interact with the REST API for Content Delivery. These SDKs can easily be integrated with any third-party iOS or Android mobile application. The Mobile SDKs let you fetch content from the server on the fly, without the need for rebuilding the app to modify content. The SDKs also provide a wide range of advanced utilities and features such as response caching, a search request builder, and request/response modeling.
You can download the SDKs for iOS and Android on the Oracle Content and Experience downloads page. Each SDK includes a readme file that provides instructions on how to use the SDK in your projects.
Mobile SDK downloads are here: