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AEM Development Quick Tip: Component Unique ID

Often times, you need a unique ID for the AEM component. You either need to trigger custom action with JS or make a backend server side call. A hard-coded field ID is not unique if the component is dragged and dropped multiple times in the page. This post will give you a quick tip to […]

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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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New Features in Adobe Experience Manager Assets

It is fun to see the new features of a well used product. The team of Elliot Sedegah and Joshua Ramirez did the classic “dog & pony” show featuring what is new in the Adobe Experience Manager Assets. In this 2018 Adobe Summit session, the Adobe product team highlighted the 10 feature areas that ensure […]

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Non-AEM relative links in RTE and Path Browser in Touch UI

In AEM 6.0, 6.1 & 6.2 the Touch UI RTE link plugin and path browser adds a content keyword automatically. This begins as soon as the author starts typing/. It can be difficult for authors to enter non-AEM relative links in the content, and some environments require both AEMand non-AEM links in the same domain. A […]

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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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Approach Overview: Compiling and Authoring React Applications in AEM

The Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) platform allows for a great level of customizability – there can be endless unique implementations. This level of customization will continue to increase given Adobe’s frequent updates in integrations and emerging technologies. With the surge in single-page application (SPA) designs, JavaScript frameworks like React, Angular, and Handlebars are now some […]

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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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Less is More: Write Clean Elegant Codes in AEM

A clean, elegant code base goes a long way. It helps developers read and modify the code, sets a good foundation for future development, reduces technical debts and maintenance overhead, makes code easier to unit test, follows best practices, and much more. This still holds true in the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) world. However, many […]

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AEM Assets Series: Understanding AEM Metadata Schemas

Metadata is defined as data that provides information about other data. In AEM, metadata is used to describe assets and content for information purposes, findability and delivery. Simple examples might be the title of a photograph, shot date, and photographer. AEM allows the grouping of metadata using Metadata Schemas. These schemas can be applied at […]

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