Posts Tagged ‘Touch UI Dialog’

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 […]

AEM Touch UI Dialog Validation New Best Practice: Use Foundation-Validation

Oftentimes, AEM developers will be asked to develop a validator for the component dialog. Back in the Classic UI dialog days, you would probably write a JavaScript function for dialog before submitting an event. In Touch UI dialog, if you’ve Googled around, you probably found a lot articles/codes to use jQuery based validator, i.e. $.validator.register({}). Recently, I […]

How to Architect a RTE Solution for AEM Touch UI Dialog

Rich Text Editor (RTE) is one of the most common and widely used widgets in a component in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). Although Adobe provides out of the box (OOTB) RTE functionality, most projects I’ve been on require custom development or configurations. Hence, knowing more about RTE should help you better design a rich text […]