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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). Requirements Download and install Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Eclipse Kepler or newer), eclipse.org/downloads/packages/release Install AEM Developer Tools For more information, helpx.
Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Developer Resources Docker aem-docker Code Repositories github.com/Adobe-Consulting-Services github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud github.com/Cognifide/gradle-aem-plugin Paths /crx/de /crx/packmgr default UI the Target Paths * /welcome (classic) * /projects (touch ui) Resources Adobe AEM The Right Way Adobe Solution Partner Program - Product Request Page AEM Interview Questions AEM Releases and Updates Configuration Configuring OSGi OSGi Configuration Settings Run Modes Security By default, Adobe Experience Manager has pretty much everything enabled.
Joomla Resources Customizing Media Manager Joomla Hacks Joomla Hello World Module Language Files
This post documents my experience while following the Creating a simple module Joomla 3.x tutorial. I am brand new to Joomla and wanted to share my experience for anyone else trying to develop, install and demo this module in their Joomla 3 environment. After following the steps in the tutorial, you can compare your mod_helloworld files to the files I have pushed to github. Additionally, here is the file structure of the module.
This tutorial will guide you through the steps necessary to add a session timeout timer and alert dialog within a DotNetNuke (DNN) Module using AngularJS. Key concepts: Using DNN server objects to create AngularJS client-side objects; Using DNN jQuery and jQuery UI registration; Using DNN Client Resource Management; Using DNN Form Patterns Requirements: DotNetNuke 7; AngularJS; An understanding of how to develop and install DotNetNuke modules.