Content personalization features must be enabled on a per-environment basis. To get started with personalization, reach out to your Bloomreach account manager or sales representative.
For content personalization using segmentations managed in an external Customer Data Platform, see [Implement Segment-Based Content Personalization in Your SPA (External CDP)](🔗).
Render pages in your SPA that use content personalization based on segmentations managed in Bloomreach Engagement.
Bloomreach Content provides [page-level content personalization](🔗) based on segmentations managed in Bloomreach Engagement.
This page explains how to render such personalized pages in your SPA frontend.
Segment-based content personalization in Bloomreach Content works together with the [Bloomreach Engagement SDK](🔗). You need to have a Bloomreach Engagement account to make it work.
Additionally, you must add the [Bloomreach Engagement Integration](🔗) and [Synchronize Segmentations from Engagement](🔗).
Before implementing personalization in your website you should already have the [SPA SDK](🔗) (v15.4.3 or greater) installed in your SPA.
## Enable personalization in the Reference SPA
If you cloned the Reference SPA after [March 28, 2023](🔗), segment-based personalization using Engagement is already included and you only need to configure your [Engagement project token and API base URL](🔗).
In your `
.env` file, you'll find the following parameters commented out:
Uncomment them and add the appropriate values, for example:
If you cloned the Reference SPA before March 28, 2023, you can either merge the latest version into your copy or follow the manual steps in the next section.
## Implement personalization in your SPA:
### Add the Engagement SDK Snippet
First, get the Bloomreach Engagement SDK snippet. Log in to Bloomreach Engagement. In the top right corner click settings and choose _Web Integration_.
In the _Event tracking_ window, click the _Copy to clipboard_ button.
In your SPA, find the file in which the HTML `
<head>` is rendered. The exact file depends on which implementation of the Reference SPA you used as a starting point. Paste the snippet you just copied inside the `
Make sure you are using version 3.0.0 or later of the Engagement SDK snippet. To confirm the version of your snippet, search for a string "snippetVersion". The snippet should contain `
Version 3.0.0 or later is required to support up to 30 exposed segmentations in Engagement (previous versions support only 5).
### Use the Bloomreach Segmentation Library
Add the [@bloomreach/segmentation](🔗) library to your SPA to make the segmentation feature work. In the root folder of your SPA project, run the following command:
In your SPA, import the segmentation library:
initializeSegmentation` from the library.:
initializeSegmentation` function should be called on each render of the page.
The Bloomreach Engagement SDK sets a cookie called `
__exponea__etc__` with the ID of the user.
The segmentation library retrieves the segment IDs for the user, based on the project token and the user ID, and stores them as comma separated values in a cookie called `
The SPA SDK reads the value of the `
__br__segment_ids` cookie and passes it in a `
__br__segmentIds` query parameter to the [Delivery API's](🔗) [Pages](🔗) endpoint.
In the response from the API you get personalized content.
Version 14 or later of the `
@bloomreach/segmentation` library is required to support up to 30 exposed segmentations in Engagement (earlier versions only support 5).