Posts Tagged ‘AEM’

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Overview of Dispatcher & Configuration in Apache Web Server for AEM

In this blog, you’ll learn about dispatcher and how to configure it with Apache web server. But before we get to that, let’s discuss AEM author and publisher. Author The content that will be published to the publisher is designed, created, and reviewed in the instance. It defaults to using port 4502. Author is the […]

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A Brand Experience Success Story: Building a New Digital Experience

Consumers want and need a reliable digital experience from their healthcare providers. Siloed content and disparate websites can create confusion for patients at a time when clarity and peace of mind are needed most; this disconnect stands to erode confidence in a healthcare brand. Our clinical laboratory client needed to consolidate multiple sites that were […]

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Ready, Get Set, Go! on AEM…

AEM has a vast infrastructure, and it requires time to hold expertise on it. Every expert was once a beginner, so you are never too late to start and have fun on AEM. In this blog, we will focus on the developers’ perspective of AEM and how one can start as an AEM developer. We […]

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IP Whitelisting through AEM Dispatcher in 5 easy steps

The dispatcher is used as a load balancing/caching tool by AEM. It can also be used to block anyone from accessing your AEM author instance. This is to ensure that no one outside the client’s network can access it. AEM Author and publisher should never be exposed directly. In most cases, clients may also require […]

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AEM Feature – Author Preview Servlet

Why is this needed? It may just be me, but I’ve found it incredibly common for clients to request an unauthenticated URL to view in-progress pages within an AEM Author instance.  The ask makes a lot of sense, as often those who approve content will often just want to give a cursory glance, and not […]

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Using Jolt as a Transformation Tool in AEM

One frequent use case most of the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Full Stack Developers would have come across is migrating content from different applications into AEM. Data from source applications can come in various formats like JSON, XML, CSV, etc. When the source file format is JSON, in order to transform the source data to […]

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Loading JSON Content into AEM

Let’s talk about extract, transform, and load, also known as ETL. If you are an AEM professional, this is something you have previously dealt with. It could be something along the lines of products, user bios, or store locations. The extract and transform parts may differ depending on your source and requirements. The loading part […]

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Beyond Embed Component: Integrate Web Code Editor

After the introduction of AEM Core Components, custom component development has been drastically changed. In some use cases, there is zero customization and core components can be directly used for authoring. Even in those situations, the custom component is needed. It can be quickly built by extending the existing core components. Thus, the development cost […]

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Mocking HTTP Clients in AEM Projects

The first thing I learned as an AEM developer was mvn clean install -P autoInstallBundle. The second thing was how to debug a remote Java process. The first allowed me to deploy updates I made to the bundle. The second allowed me to step through and debug the code. This was the normal cadence. Since […]

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Code Reuse With Custom Sling Model Injectors

In my blog Writing Less Java Code in AEM with Sling Models, I talked about writing less code using Sling Models. I followed that up with Writing Less Java Code in AEM with Sling Models & Lombok. I talked about code generators helping in saving time by not writing redundant codes. You could say I […]

Writing Less Java Code in AEM with Sling Models & Lombok

AEM is a robust platform full of useful APIs and frameworks available at our disposal. Understanding what’s in the box will help us write less code. In my previous blog post, I covered one of the most used frameworks, Sling Models. Plus, I showed a real-world example with multi-fields. For this blog post, we will […]

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How To Extend Content Fragment Model Data Types

Content as a Service has revolutionized content management systems in the delivery of content.  Content is created once, independent of channels, and delivered without additional custom application code.  This saves a lot of time in the creation and maintenance of content and reduces the cost of operation. Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) has out-of-the-box (OOTB) features […]

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