Posts Tagged with Adobe Experience Manager

Adobe Experience Manager on Microsoft Azure: Better Together

Microsoft and Adobe announced their partnership last fall, and as a leading partner to both, we’ve been hard at work understanding how this alliance will benefit our customers. Rolling out key platform combinations in phases, Adobe and Microsoft are calling their alignment “the perfect partnership for even better experiences,” noting that Adobe Experience Manager running […]

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Build: The Next Step in Re-Platforming to Adobe Experience Manager

Implementing the latest version of Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) allows you to accelerate innovation, source and manage assets exponentially, and manage your content and experiences. Last week, I discussed planning your migration to AEM, which is the first stage in the recent guide, Plan, Build, and Run: What to Expect When Migrating to Adobe Experience Manager.  Now, […]

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Improve Your Transition to AEM with Proper Planning

Planning. We do it in so many aspects of our lives. And while it may seem like a simple concept, it’s often the difference between a successful platform transition and one filled with potholes. Perficient Digital recently published the guide Plan, Build, and Run: What to Expect When Migrating to Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). The guide […]

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Know Your Priorities Before Moving To AEM

The holiday season and the looming new year have many of us trying to get our personal priorities in order. But priorities are also essential when strategizing how to improve your digital experience. When it comes to designing, building and implementing top-notch customer experiences it’s vital to have your priorities in order. A great deal […]

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Setting the Selected Value in CoralUI 3

Setting the value of a coral-select element in the CoralUI framework v3 is somewhat complicated. It is also different than the process for CoralUI v2 and for standard HTML5 select elements. With standard HTML5 select elements, you can simply use a snippet like this to set the selected value:   $(‘#my-select’).val(value);   This does not work for […]

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Your Pre-Planning Checklist for an AEM Implementation

Making a list and checking it twice…  ‘Tis the season for lists. Our children are making lists, and we too are staying organized with lists – both personally and while at work. Whether its all the people you have to buy presents for in your eight-sibling family, or a slightly larger (okay – much, much […]

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Show Dynamic Values in i18n Variable Using JavaScript

Use case: pass dynamic values in i18n and get them translated using Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) translator. Let’s say you want to show a pop-up message to end users with their name and the product’s name. You will need to use i18n so that the message gets translated based on the internationalization. The steps below […]

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5 Tips to Maximize Adobe Experience Cloud Performance

  The research is clear: consumers want fast websites! No matter how personalized or beautiful an experience you provide, consumers will not wait around if it is too slow. Luckily, the Adobe Experience Cloud enables you to create both a stellar and high-performance website. Here are five key tips on maximizing the performance of your website:   […]

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Build an Experience Business with Perficient Digital + Adobe [Video]

Customer expectations are higher than ever before, thanks in part to the proliferation of mobile devices and other digital channels that have raised the bar. In this “connection economy,” we generate value from the connections we make. And thus, the balance of brand power has shifted from businesses to the highly informed, constantly connected customer. Companies are […]

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No Matter What Anyone Tells You There’s No TouchUI Under /etc

I’m posting a little-known fact to save anyone else the frustration of banging their head against why this doesn’t work for a couple hours: Except for a few specific conditions, you cannot use TouchUI to edit any components under the /etc directory. There you have it! That’s really the crux of the blog post! Of […]

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