Adobe Experience Manager (AEM)

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Security

By default, Adobe Experience Manager has pretty much everything enabled. When deploying to production, these items should be checked in addition to other precautions.

  • Change administrative passwords
    • CRX
    • Apache Felix Console
  • Disable WebDav
  • Restrict access using the Dispatcher
  • Check for cross-site scripting (XSS)

Classic UI

As of AEM 6.4, the Touch-Enabled UI is now the default at /aem/start. To get to the legacy Classic UI, use /welcome. Useful Classic UI tools include:

  • /siteadmin this dashboard includes a search mechanism for use in the author environment. more info

Under The Hood

  • Test Category Resolution: /libs/granite/ui/content/dumplibs.html

Deploying Code to AEM

Methods for installing or deploying code from your local file system into an AEM server.

AEM Blogroll

Various links to blog posts written by AEM developers.

Sightly HTL Tips & Resources

Tips & Resources for using Sightly Hypertext Template Language (HTL) in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). For more information, the HTML Template Language Specification is a comprehensive HTL resource.

Stubbing Data with AEM JavaScript Use-API

An Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) example of a new blank slate starter component with stub data. The JavaScript Use-API returns the data to the HTL template for development.

How to Start AEM in Debug Mode

How to start Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) in debug mode for applications running in a remote or local AEM server.

Import AEM Maven Project into Eclipse

These steps show how to import an AEM Maven Project into eclipse.

AEM JavaScript Use-API String Multi JSON

JSON content parsing, e.g., jcr:content Type string[] with JSON values.

Developer Tools for Eclipse

This page contains tips and resources for using Eclipse with Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). The first tip covers how to setup a simple Sling Content project and use it to transfer files between the local file system and AEM’s Java Content Repository (JCR).

AEM JavaScript Use-API

Tips and resources for using AEM’s Sightly / HTL JavaScript Use-API for writing server-side JavaScript. The AEM JavaScript Use-API ResourceUtils page contains examples for using ResourceUtils and functions.

AEM JavaScript Use-API ResourceUtils

ResourceUtils examples using an AEM Maven project and the We.Retail sample to show how to pass data from the HTL to server-side JavaScript, and use the /libs/wcm/foundation/components/utils/ResourceUtils.js to access properties from jcr:content.


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