Organization of IntuiFace Project Files

    Imagine you have created an experience named yourExperience and stored this experience in a folder named yourExperience. The underlying file organization is described below.

    NOTE: See this article for guidance about manually copying/transferring/deploying projects to other PCs and this article for an automated option.

    IntuiFace Version 6

    Regardless of your account level - Free, Essential, Premier, Enterprise - the project structure and file naming is the same.

    Using the Free Plan as an example, the experience named 'yourExperience' is represented by a single folder also named yourExperience that contains:

    • A file named yourExperience.ifx. This is an XML file used for our Windows support and it should never be edited directly. All changes to this file are made through the use of Composer.
    • A file named yourExperience.ifx.json. This is an XML file used for our iPad, Android and Samsung SSP support. As with the .free.ifx file, do not modify this file in any way.
    • A folder named Files containing all of your assets (images, documents, videos...).

    ProjectStructure6.png

    IntuiFace Version 5

    With IntuiFace Version 5, experiences created using IntuiFace include information about which Composer edition was used to create them. This means there are three kinds of experiences – Free, Pro and Enterprise – and not just three editions of Composer. Each experience filename is tagged with the name of the Edition last used to save it: .free.ifx for Free, .pro.ifx for Pro, .ifx for Enterprise.

    Using the Free Edition as an example, the experience named 'yourExperience' is represented by a single folder also named yourExperience that contains:

    • A file named yourExperience.free.ifx. This is an XML file used for our Windows support and it should never be edited directly. All changes to this file are made through the use of Composer.
    • A file named yourExperience.free.ifx.json. This is an XML file used for our iPad, Android and Samsung SSP support. As with the .free.ifx file, do not modify this file in any way.
    • A folder named Files containing all of your assets (images, documents, videos...).

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    IntuiFace Version 4

    With IntuiFace Version 4, experiences created using IntuiFace include information about which Composer edition was used to create them. This means there are three kinds of experiences – Free, Pro and Enterprise – and not just three editions of Composer. Each experience filename is tagged with the name of the Edition last used to save it: .free.ifx for Free, .pro.ifx for Pro, .ifx for Enterprise.

    Using the Free Edition as an example, the folder yourExperience contains:

    • A file named yourExperience.free.ifx. This is an XML file used for our Windows support and it should never be edited directly. All changes to this file are made through the use of Composer.
    • A file named yourExperience.free.ifx.json. This is an XML file used for our iPad and Android support. As with the .free.ifx file, do not modify this file in any way.
    • A folder named Files containing all of your assets (images, documents, videos...).

    ProjectStructure.png

    NOTE: Before IntuiFace Version 4.1, the Files folder was named [yourExperience]_Files. Projects using this now deprecated naming convention can still be opened by Version 4.1+.

    IntuiFace Presentation Version 3

    In IntuiFace Presentation Version 3, the folder yourExperience contains:

    • A file named yourExperience.ip3. This is an XML file that should never be edited directly. All changes to this file are made through the use of Composer.
    • A folder named yourExperience_Files containing all of your assets (images, documents, videos...)