The Creative SDK team is excited to announce a new integration of our Web beta SDK. Cacoo, made by Nulab Inc., is one of the first web apps to go live with the beta of the new Creative SDK Asset Browser UI component for Web.
Let’s have a look at how Cacoo integrates the Creative SDK Asset Browser UI component to offer Cacoo users access to their Creative Cloud assets directly from within the app.
(If you want to add the Asset Browser to your Web app, sign up for the beta program here!)
Cacoo is an online diagramming tool that simplifies and enhances visual communication. It takes collaboration to the next level by allowing team members to edit the same diagram simultaneously, while discussing changes in real-time using its in-app messaging system.
Over 2 million users around the world use Cacoo as their online diagramming software for creating wireframes, flowcharts, mind maps, UML models, network diagrams, sitemaps and more.
About the Asset Browser UI component
One feature of the Creative SDK is the Asset Browser UI component, which lets your users browse and interact with the assets they have stored in the Creative Cloud, right from within your app:
Our iOS and Android SDKs already offer this component, and we are now rolling out a beta of the Asset Browser for Web to select partner developers. Cacoo is among the first to go live with the Asset Browser.
Cacoo’s Asset Browser integration
With the new Asset Browser integration, Cacoo users can now browse their Creative Cloud assets directly from within Cacoo. Users can then select the Creative Cloud image assets that they want to add to their Cacoo diagramming project.
From there, Cacoo users can interact with the imported Creative Cloud asset just like any other image asset uploaded to Cacoo.
This short screencast demonstrates the simple and seamless user workflow:
You can learn more about Cacoo’s Creative SDK Asset Browser integration on the Nulab blog.