Looking at the attached Web 8 architecture diagram, it shows the following different client applications:
- Web Applications
- Single Page Applications (SPA)
- Mobile Apps
I'm assuming the "Content Interaction Libraries" associated with the Web Application represents DXA for example?
Does Web 8/DXA require CDA licenses on the consuming application side similar to previous versions of Tridion? Since it is moving to a service-based architecture, we're hoping the CDA licensing model would be changing.
What are the interaction library options for Web 8 integration from SPA and Mobile App clients? Are there none available yet, hence the exclusion in this diagram?