Posts Tagged ‘Touch UI’

Why You Should be Using the Principal Permissions View in AEM

Before AEM 6.5, we really only had one UI to manage user permissions.  That’s not to say we couldn’t go to the JCR directly and set ACLs, but the user admin screen was just simpler. For instance, take this example from the classic user admin console. Typically, this meant that we would check the root […]

Non-AEM relative links in RTE and Path Browser in Touch UI

In AEM 6.0, 6.1 & 6.2 the Touch UI RTE link plugin and path browser adds a content keyword automatically. This begins as soon as the author starts typing/. It can be difficult for authors to enter non-AEM relative links in the content, and some environments require both AEMand non-AEM links in the same domain. A […]

How To Control Access With Closed User Groups in AEM Assets

Each year companies invest valuable resources into the creation of assets designed to grow their business. In an effort to protect these assets in instances such as new product launches or other sensitive materials, many companies choose to enforce a security policy to control access.  And in many of these instances, Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Closed User […]

AEM Gems: Granite UI Common Attributes

In Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), Granite UI is the foundation UI framework to build touch-enabled UI consoles and component dialogs. It provides a set of out-of-the-box (OOTB) components that you can use to build consoles or component dialogs. In this blog, I want to talk about a small tech gem that a lot of AEM […]

Understanding and Trying Out the New AEM Dialog Conversion Tool Version 2

You may have been on Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) for more than three years, no matter if you are an admin, developer or author, you probably got used to the legacy Classic UI interface and dialogs. Personally, I tend to use the Classic UI site admin console to view/manage content pages, because I like how […]