Posts Categorized as Experience Management

How to Transform Replication URLs in AEM

If you are ever faced with the requirement of replicating AEM content between systems where the content hierarchy on one of the systems does not exactly match the other system, this post is for you. Let’s take this example: Your AEM author instance has pages under “/content/site/page/” and you have a sling mapping that transforms incoming URLs: […]

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How to Force AEM to Not Process CSS URLs

By default, AEM CSS processor will transform the CSS URL functional notation “url()” into a relative URL to the ClientLibrary, if the URL was relative to begin with, ie, it does not start with “/” This poses an issue when using the CSS fill property for SVG and providing a gradient id (read more here) The following was […]

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AEM Component Placeholders the WCM Core Component Way

I love the idea of the ACS WCM Core components. A quality set of base components for us to base our work on and especially featuring the latest tools and techniques? Awesome! Clearly, I’m not the only one too! Here’s a neat trick I picked up from the WCM Core Components, they make it really […]

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AEM 6.3: Handling Feelings of Deprecation

Have you noticed new warnings showing up on your JSONObject? Have your Felix SCR Annotations not been looking quite right? If so, you may have a case of AEM 6.3.     AEM 6.3 is the latest version of Adobe Experience Manager. While this new version comes with some great new features such as Content […]

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Get Ready for New Closed User Group in AEM 6.3

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) 6.3 ships out with new Closed User Group (CUG) implementation. The new implementation is based on Apache Jackrabbit OAK module named oak-authorization-cug. The new implementation provides authorization to view content for specific principals with read access to the target node and its subtree, without interfering with other access control lists’ (ACL) […]

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Static or Editable Template? An In-Depth Comparison and Guide

In CMS world, Template, or Page Template is the base of the page user creates, it defines high level structure, basic functionality and sets the tone of look and feel. In Adobe AEM, the template concept is widely used across different products. There are templates for pages, forms, content fragments, experience fragments and assets. I […]

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How to Use The Google Closure Compiler with AEM 6.2+

The Google Closure Compiler was added to AEM in version 6.2 as a new script compiler bundle. This means that AEM can now use the Closure Compiler to code-check and minify JavaScript instead of using the YUI Compressor, which is buggy and was last released on 07/03/2013 (at the time of this post). To check […]

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Four Tips for AEM Beginners: Overcoming Common Issues

This blog primarily targets Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) beginners in an attempt to solve/ familiarize them with typical problems encountered when they start using AEM, and how to resolve those problems. Don’t feel like you are alone in this… I have run into many of the problems myself and gotten stuck. Not knowing how to […]

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