- We are taking a managed roll-out approach for Player Nex Gen access. This means you can only evaluate it after discussing your project with us and being approved for evaluation. Contact your Sales Rep for details.
- See our list of current limitations for Player Next Gen to proactively identify which features are in and out of scope for your experiences.
Validated to run in Chrome, Chrome-based Edge, Safari, and Firefox browsers on Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux. Could be a phone, a tablet, or a PC.
Requires a Platform Enterprise-level account and consumes a views-based license. A "view" occurs every time an experience is displayed in a browser. You pay for the volume of views you anticipate will occur over each month. The length of the license subscription is annual only.
Notable properties and features
- Domain whitelisting
You'll be able to specify in which one or more domains a published experience can be embedded. With this ability, you can prevent outside parties from displaying your web-hosted content on other sites. (An error message will appear, stating permission is not granted for display of the experience.)
- Super fast load times
Intuiface uses Amazon's CloudFront CDN for storage of experiences published for web access. This means the published experiences will be replicated across 190+ nodes located worldwide, ensuring a superfast download speed no matter where the user is located on the globe.
- Interactivity timeout
Experiences in a webpage are intended for use on personal devices and thus will timeout after a to-be-determined length of time. A webpage refresh will restart the experience (and consume an additional view).
- Automatic retrieval of the latest release
The latest published version of an experience is always retrieved, ensuring viewers have the most recent edition.
Embedding in an iFrame
Embedding an Intuiface experience in an iFrame is simple; all you need is the URL for your experience. Everything else is standard iFrame code, giving you control over size, position, borders, and more.
Here is an example of what the iFrame code would look like. As noted, only the URL is unique to Intuiface; everything else is standard HTML5 syntax.
<iframe style="position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; bottom: 0; right: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%;"