sets to organise content into ordered groups with scheduled contents.
sets are typically used to represent views or pages, visual modules, editorially maintained collections or playlists, navigation menus, or the contents of available plans.
sets have a
set-type to show their purpose.
set can consist of
asset objects as well as any number and combination of
dynamic object and
Skylark 8 supports the following
Sets can group content based on any of the following objects:
sets can also contain other
sets, including ones they are contained in themselves.
Each item scheduled into a
set can also be associated with additional metadata that relates to the placement of the item in the
set. This metadata is typically used to provide display or appearance options for content. For many of the
set elements this data may form the primary content of the element, such as the text of a text block.
The content, positioning, scheduling and additional metadata of objects within a
set has a direct correlation on what a user can see on the front end product.
In order for the API to return a
parent_url for an
episode MUST belong to a
episode can be present in any number of
generic views), but can only appear in one
episode appears in two
collections for example then Skylark would not be able to return two
parent_url is therefore returned as null unless the episode is part of a
sets support language versions and returning only a subset of fields.