Onboarding and training employees on a desktop application takes time and effort. While being robust and feature-rich, desktop applications are often difficult to navigate. When implementing a new application, you need to develop a detailed onboarding program to enable your teams to get up to speed fast.
Data safety and uninterrupted processes are the key priorities for financial institutions, like banks and insurance companies. Therefore, these companies are the most frequent users of desktop applications such as:
Your digital adoption strategy for a new desktop app should cover the overview of the platform, use cases, best practices, and troubleshooting tips. Depending on the complexity of the platform and its scale, you might need to run a workshop, create video tutorials, add documentation to your knowledge base, and/or provide in-app training. The latter is a must for every organization willing to adopt new technology without spending hours on in-person training.
DAP is an application that fully integrates with your desktop software and provides users with in-app guidance. It displays tips, feature descriptions, best practices, onboarding guides, and troubleshooting advice right within the app interface.
Desktop apps hardly ever offer intuitive interfaces. Create onboarding flows to introduce new users to the platform. A quick product tour will help them navigate screens and tabs and get up to speed with the application fast. You can also add images and videos to support your points and better explain concepts.
Simplify code to cloud application development by closely integrating with Azure Container Instances (ACI). You get the same workflow in Docker Desktop and the Docker CLI with all the container compute you want. No infrastructure to manage. No clusters to provision.
Docker Desktop delivers the speed, choice and security you need for designing and delivering these containerized applications on your desktop. Docker Desktop includes Developer tools, Kubernetes and version synchronization to production Docker Engines. Docker Desktop allows you to leverage certified images and templates and your choice of languages and tools. Development workflows leverage Docker Hub to extend your development environment to a secure repository for rapid auto-building, continuous integration and secure collaboration.
(1) An application that runs stand-alone in a desktop or laptop computer. Contrast with "Web-based application," which requires the Web browser to run. The term may be used to contrast desktop applications with mobile applications that run in smartphones and tablets. See desktop computer, Web application and mobile app.
Adobe makes some of the most widely used software applications in the world, many of which are industry standard. Get started with free apps like Adobe Acrobat Reader, Aero, Fill & Sign, Photoshop Express, and Adobe Scan. Or consider Creative Cloud, with plans starting at just . Every Adobe Creative Cloud plan includes perks like free stock images and fonts, collaboration tools, and cloud storage as well as regular feature updates to deliver the latest technology.
Interact with your operating system's interfaces with Electron's main process APIs. Customize your application window appearance, control application menus, or alert users through dialogs or notifications.
If you are using the Postman web client, you will need to also download the Postman desktop agent. The Postman agent overcomes the Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) limitations of browsers, and facilitates API request sending from your browser version of Postman. Read the blog post.
With the Dropbox desktop app, you can access the files and folders stored in your Dropbox account from your computer. When you download and install the Dropbox desktop app, two things are added to your computer:
You can get detailed telemetry data and analytics reports that let you see how your Windows desktop applications are doing through the new Windows Desktop Application Program. To view these reports, navigate to Partner Center > Insights dashboard > Windows Desktop Applications and click on Overview.
There's no charge to access this data all you need to do is sign up and accept the Windows Desktop Application Program Agreement, then upload a signed file using the same certificate you used to sign your application executable files.
We'll provide you a file and ask you to sign it with the same valid, non-expired, non-revoked code signing certificates that you use to sign your desktop applications. After that, you'll upload that signed file to your dashboard. This lets us know that any desktop applications signed with the same certificate belong to your account. We do not use your certificate information for any other purpose.
You do not need to repeat this process if you release a new desktop application. Once you've uploaded the signed file, we ll automatically identify any new applications that are signed with the same certificate, and we'll automatically retrieve analytics for those products. You also don't need to distribute the provided file within your applications or submit any kind of mapping for your products
If you use more than one code-signing certificate, you can repeat the steps above for each of your certificates. You can download, sign, and upload a file for each current certificate that you use to sign your applications. However, you can only use one certificate per downloaded file.
After you complete these steps, we'll identify which Windows desktop applications are signed with the same certificate that you used to sign our file. In most cases, we ll begin showing you analytic reports within 48 hours, although it can occasionally take a bit longer.
Our telemetry data will show health information such as crashes for each application associated with your certificate. Your dashboard will show an overview of your applications along with key metrics. You can select any application to view its Health report, Installs report, and Blocks report in the dashboard. You can also retrieve analytic data programmatically by using the Microsoft Store analytics API.
If we detect that an application's metadata has been updated to use a new name, we ll begin to report new data under the new name. Historical data associated with the old name will be preserved for 30 days.
Select Upload symbols in the top of the Failures table to upload a .zip file containing your application's symbol files. These symbol files will be indexed and used to produce more accurate stack traces. Symbol file types within the .zip should be .pdb, .dll, or .exe. After you successfully upload your .zip file, you should see fewer !Unknown values for new failures in your application's failure list in approximately 5 days.
The Installs report lets you see how many devices an application was installed on for any given day, and the average number of devices each application version was installed on over the last 30 days.
The Application blocks report lets you see info about Windows 10 devices on which your application is impacting Windows 10 upgrades. You can see how many devices are impacted on a given day along with the average number of devices over the last 30 days.
We use the file name, file version, product name and product version metadata in your executable files to infer the logical groupings of executables into applications.. If executable files don't have accurate metadata, they may appear together under an Unknown application name, or the application name will default to the individual executable name.
Use VERSIONINFO resources to set the FileDescription, FileVersion, ProductName, and ProductVersion for your files and applications. The following example defines a VERSIONINFO resource:
You can use Azure Active Directory to add and manage additional users in your Windows Desktop Application Program account. You can add individual users, groups of users, or Azure AD applications, giving each one a predefined role (Manager or Developer).
Once you've set up the Azure AD association, you can add users by going to the Users section under Account settings. Each user is assigned a role that defines their access to the account. You can also add groups of users and Azure AD applications to grant them access to your Partner Center account. For more info about adding users, see Add users, groups, and Azure AD applications.
Each user, group, or Azure AD application that you add to your account must be assigned a role. This process is described at Set roles or custom permissions for account users. However, note that for the Windows Desktop Application Program, there is no ability to assign custom permissions or to restrict access by product. Instead, each user must be assigned one of the following standard roles.
Adobe doesn't recommend that you uninstall the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app. However, you may be required to do so in certain scenarios, such as when troubleshooting or if there is an issue with the installer.
Ensure that you uninstall all Creative Cloud apps from your device. The Creative Cloud desktop app can only be uninstalled if all Creative Cloud apps (such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro) have already been uninstalled. Learn how to uninstall or remove Creative Cloud apps.
Ensure that all your files are synced to your Creative Cloud account before running the uninstaller. Files not synced to your Creative Cloud account could be lost. You can check the sync status of your files in the Creative Cloud Files folder. In case you get a sync error, learn how to fix file syncing issues in the Creative Cloud desktop app.
OAuth 2.0 allows users to share specific data with an application while keeping their usernames, passwords, and other information private. For example, an application can use OAuth 2.0 to obtain permission fromusers to store files in their Google Drives. 041b061a72