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A Comprehensive Guide to AEM Instances: Types, Uses, and Management – Part 1

Let’s go through the basics of AEM. AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) is a CMS that provides digital asset and content management solutions. It is used to create and deploy websites. AEM structure includes instances that vary from environment to environment like Author Instance, Publish Instance, Dispatcher, and Load Balancer. To build any AEM application, it […]

Sling Mappings++ Large Lists and Mapping Arrays

As all AEM Developers know, AEM, and more-so the underlying JCR, has limitations on how many children a single parent can have before we start to see performance issues.  First in the UI, and then more critically in the ability to look-up and manage content nodes themselves.  When designing for a net-new AEM website, this […]

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AEM Customization: How to Add a Custom Action Button to the AEM Assets Action Bar Menu

Recently, a client approached us with a requirement to update content fragment elements data, Assets metadata, and Folder metadata via an Azure-based API. Our initial solution was to implement a JMX script, which could be started by an admin user group with valid parameters. However, this was a rather limiting solution, as normal AEM authors […]

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Integration of DynamoDB with AEM

DynamoDB, offered by Amazon Web Services, is a NoSQL database that provides both key-value and document data models. It supports tables of any size with horizontal scaling (Expanding your infrastructure by incorporating extra nodes or machines to accommodate increased demands.). It empowers developers to create serverless applications that have the flexibility to begin on a […]