AEM Techies Take Note: We Built AEM Authoring Toolkit for You

What’s the Problem? Creating components makes up more than half the dev time in AEM. Generally speaking, a component is going to be an authorable data presentation — a Sling model of a POJO class shipped with some content-generating logic. Modern AEM websites are...
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AEM Experience Fragments: Templates

Find more on AEM Experience Fragments… An experience fragment (XF) Is based on a template to define structure and components. Only editable templates can be used; static templates are not fully compatible. We will create such a template based on a custom template type...
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AEM Tip: CryptoSupport Key Sharing and Troubleshooting

Find more AEM tips… If you use AEM as a CMS for your site, one day you will need to think about securely storing your sensitive data like passwords. In order to keep your data secure, you can use the  CryptoSupport service that comes with AEM. CryptoSupport...
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Hackathon Time in Minsk

Our Exadel Digital Marketing Technology practice together with Exadel’s internal JavaScript community group worked together to produce an in-house extended “hackathon” last December. We had a variety of reasons behind this:Our employees wanted something fun to do that...
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AEM Tip: JUnit AemContext Integration with an AEM Repository

It’s difficult to imagine a modern software application that can live without JUnit tests. In a previous article on JUnit testing, JUnit Tests for WCMUsePojo Objects, we included a tip involving a project we were working on. For this article, we use the same project...
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