Creative SDK Release: Typekit, Updates to the Image Editor and more!

Posted on Thursday, August 4th, 2016 by Swati Teerdhala
Category: General

Our latest release for the Creative SDK is available now for iOS and Android! We have brand new components and fantastic features on both platforms.

Introducing the Typekit UI Component

Content and creative assets are just as important to the creative process as the creative technology itself. Adobe has an enormous foundry of quality fonts with Typekit, and now we’re bringing that resource to developers.

With the Typekit UI Component, on iOS and Android, you can open up the world of fonts to your users. You can give your users the ability to search, sync and download fonts easily from within your app.

Updates to the Image Editor

Content has been a huge part of the experience we offer through the Image Editor component. Stickers, frames, and effects all give users the ability to customize and personalize their creations within your app and with this release, users can access and/or sync all of the content offered with their Creative Cloud accounts by signing in with their Adobe IDs.

To learn more about this experience, check out our iOS documentation and Android documentation.


Adobe Labs

We’re extremely excited to announce that we’ve added exclusive new technology from Adobe Labs, our epicenter of creative technology research, into this release of the Android SDK!

You can experiment with our hottest new tech, such as Magic Perspective View, Magic Curve or Magic Path. With Magic Perspective View you can give your users the ability to manipulate and correct perspective in an image. Magic Curve and Magic Path allow you to provide your users with the leading technology in drawing so that they can easily generate curves and sketch professional looking drawings.

Updates to the Asset Browser

The Asset Browser now offers the ability to access Patterns, Read Only Folders and Read Only Libraries.

Updates to the Color UI Component

The Color UI Component is now supported on Android tablets! To learn more, please check out the documentation.


Updates to the Asset Browser

With this release, you now have the ability to customize the color of the Asset Browser to better match your app. This can be done with the new property tintColor, which allows the calling app to customize the tint color of the primary and user-actionable controls of the SDK.

As always, please contact us if you have any questions or tweet at us.