We have updated the current IBM Watson Content Hub hands-on tutorial again. In this new tutorial, you will be working with the out of the box Single Page Application Oslo starter website which you may see here: Oslo Starter Site. This comes out of the box when you request a trial. If you do not have this sample, Appendix B explains how to add it.
In this site, you will add a new promotion image to the home page and a new dedicated promotion page with adapted logo that renders itself automatically to the right device. It may look like:
This tutorial you will learn the steps to create a new tenant, add your first image, create a taxonomy, image profiles, content types, content, pages, change logo and consume it in an external application IBM Digital Experience.
And, in Appendix B Install WCH command line tool and deploy the sample application, you may learn how to deploy other resources needed for the sample application, such as HTML, JS and CSS files to your tenant, using the Watson Content Hub command line tools.
In the lab, you are using your own tenant of IBM Watson Content Hub and running the sample application locally. An optional integration is done on a demo environment that is using IBM Digital Experience V9. This is using a shared IBM Watson Content Hub. The IBM Digital Experience Demo Asset image is running in the Cloud, giving you direct access to the IBM WebSphere Portal, IBM Web Content Manager and IBM Forms Experience Builder capabilities, and, next to Watson Content Hub, consuming other shared cloud based services (WebSphere Commerce, Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM), Interact, Connections, Kenexa, Business Process Manager (BPM), Cognos, Mobile Push Notification (Xtify), BPM, etc.). A different business user lab is available to get started with IBM Digital Experience which you may find here: http://ibm.biz/dx-learn-more.
Get your hands-on now and download the Get your hands on IBM Watson Content Hub Tutorial – Edition October 2017 target=”_blank” and corresponding Get your hands on IBM Watson Content Hub and IBM Digital Experience resources.
Here is the link to the original IBM Watson Content Hub hands-on tutorial.