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Workflow Model in AEM

Workflow Model A Workflow Model represents a definition (model) of a workflow. It is made of Workflow Nodes and Workflow Transitions. Workflow models in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) are used to define the series of steps executed when a user starts a workflow, and it is used for the automatic processing of content as well as facilitating governance and processes […]

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Using Rapid Development Environment in AEM as a Cloud Service

There’s a new type of environment known as a Rapid Development Environment (RDE) with Adobe’s Cloud Service. This environment was specifically made with developers in mind to accelerate code deployments and other development activities in Cloud Service. We’ve had a chance to use the RDE to better understand its capabilities, strengths, and gaps. Pipelines in […]

Multi Tenant Aem Deployments With Adobe Cloud Manager

Multi-Tenant Deployment Strategies in AEM with Adobe Cloud Manager

Deploying multiple tenants to AEM through Adobe Cloud Manager can be challenging. Cloud Manager does not provide the ability to configure multiple deployment pipelines to AEM. More specifically, Cloud Manager cannot deploy from more than one Git repository. In a multi-tenant ecosystem, each tenant dev team needs to store their code in separate repositories and […]

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Enhancing Content Efficiency with Smart Crop in AEM

In today’s digital landscape, captivating visuals play a pivotal role in engaging online audiences. Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), a robust content management system, offers a wide array of powerful features to streamline content creation and delivery. Among these features, Smart Crop functionality is a valuable tool for optimizing and automating image cropping to fit various […]

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Using the Repository Modernizer Tool for a Smooth Migration to AEMaaCS

With the introduction of Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service (AEMaaCS), customers who currently run AEM on premise or through Adobe Managed Services (AMS) and want to migrate to the cloud need to plan for changes made to the AEM repository. One tool to assist in the process is the Repository Modernizer. This tool […]

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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 […]

Speed Test Aem With Adobe Managed Services Vs Aemaacs

Speed Test: AEM on Adobe Managed Services vs Cloud Service

Faster asset upload and download speeds are crucial for businesses and content creators who frequently deal with large files. Whether it’s uploading files to a cloud storage platform, sharing files with colleagues, or publishing content online, faster upload and download speeds enable individuals and teams to work more efficiently, saving time and increasing productivity.  In […]

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What Do You Get When You Combine AEM with Raspberry Pi?

What if you could host a development AEM instance on a single-board, low-cost, high-performance computer that consumes very little power with hardware that you pay for once? That’s the question I set out to answer with my minimalist AEM experiment. Leading a team of AEM developers who support an on-prem implementation, I’m tasked with trying […]

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How Creative Content Automation in AEMaaCS is Speeding Up Content Delivery – Part 3

Welcome to the continuation of our multi-part series on using Content Automation in AEM as a Cloud Service to accelerate your creative operations. To gain a more comprehensive understanding, make sure to check out Part 1 of this series which gives an overview of the feature by Adobe, along with helpful use cases and Part […]

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HTL Template Testing Beyond AEM

Content Management Systems and Templating In the past, I have worked with various Content Management Systems, including Drupal, which utilized the Twig templating engine to generate the HTML for web pages. Twig shares many features with HTL, the templating language used in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). While working with Twig templates in conjunction with the […]

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Utilizing the AEM Style System for Enhanced Component Styling

The AEM Style System allows the template creator to define style classes in the component’s content policy as well as page policy so that the content author can select them while modifying the component on the page. These styles can be visual variations of components, making them more versatile. Use Case: The Style System offers […]

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How Creative Content Automation in AEMaaCS is Speeding Up Content Delivery – Part 2

Welcome to the second part of our multi-part series on using Content Automation in AEM as a Cloud Service to enhance your Creative operations. If you missed the first blog of this series, which provides an overview of this feature by Adobe and explores relevant use cases, we recommend checking it out. In this article, […]

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