Dan Klco, Author at Adobe
Posts Written By Dan Klco

Mastering AEM Dispatcher Part 6: Managing Redirects Made Even Easier!

In my previous post, Mastering AEM Dispatcher Part 5: Managing Redirects Like a Master, I introduced an easy way to maintain lists of redirects in AEM. After using the tool for awhile, the team suggested some improvements to make it easier to maintain redirect maps, especially when maintaining an existing list of redirects. Most users […]

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3 Gotchas in Migrating from Felix SCR to OSGi R6 Annotations

If you are on or considering upgrading to AEM 6.3+ and not already migrating to the OSGi R6 DS annotations, you need to start! These annotations are the officially supported method of defining OSGi Services, Components and Configurations and should be used on any new AEM development. Getting older codebases upgraded, however can be a […]

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Developing Clean and Efficient Lists of Items with HTL

One of the most common patterns in AEM development is the link list. You can find this pattern in typical web elements such as navigations, headers and footers. Usually, this will be a list of links with a title and potentially some additional data such as the target or an icon. The link list is […]

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Highlight of Adobe Summit Day 2: DAM 2.0

In day 2 of Adobe Summit, I saw some great innovations and new features in the AEM Assets platform which together solve the most difficult challenges of Digital Asset Management.   Bringing AI to DAM   Today’s general session highlighted a new capability which I believe is as much of a revelationary step forward in […]

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Highlight of Adobe Summit Day 1: Attribution IQ

Adobe Summit kicked off with a bang with the General Session this morning! Shantanu Narayen and Brad Rencher elaborated Adobe’s vision for building an ecosystem for Experience Makers. Adobe’s vision for the Experience System of Record is a tremendous goal for every experience-driven organization to strive to achieve. The combination of Content and Data is […]

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Creating Geolocated Experiences with Adobe Experience Manager

Understanding a user’s location is a critical piece of information for delivering relevant experiences. Geolocation, however, is usually more complex than initially anticipated. It can be difficult to implement accurately and if the Experience isn’t thought out carefully, can be disorienting. Before embarking on a creating a Geolocated experience, you should understand the experience being […]

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Adobe Summit 101: Intro to the Adobe Solution Landscape

As a digital marketer or technologist, Adobe’s technologies offer tremendous potential and impressive capabilities. But, with all the different names, teams and viewpoints from Adobe, much less the partner ecosystem, how do you keep it all straight? This post is intended to be your introduction to the Adobe Experience Cloud solutions. Whether you are just […]

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Single Page Application Approaches in AEM

With all the buzz around Single Page Applications (SPA), there are many unanswered architectural questions. What happens to traditional Web Content Management systems? Who will own the glass? What is the right approach?   The answer is more nuanced than a blanket response. The right approach for your experience will depend based on the type […]

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FYI: Seismic Changes Coming in AEM 6.4

I recently had the opportunity to attend the AEM Gems webinar previewing the latest release of Adobe Experience Manager, AEM 6.4. This new release comes with many new features and enhancements including significantly enhanced capabilities in Content Intelligence, template editing, and multi-channel publication. It’s one of Adobe’s more technical changes, however, that will have a […]

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