AEM as a Headless CMS

The Headless CMS In a standard, or monolithic, CMS architecture, there will typically be a user interface for authors to manage content, a database to store said content, and a presentation layer or pages that display content to an end user upon request. While this architecture can often times sufficiently fulfill project requirements, challenges can …


Simple Touch UI Dialog Extensions for AEM

While there are a number of tools at a developer’s disposal to create clean, engaging dialogs within AEM, there are times when you may need to extend dialog functionalities in your Adobe Experience Manager implementation to suit your clients’ needs. Oftentimes, this can be achieved without too much effort. As an exercise, we’ll use AEM …

Live Copy and MSM Custom Configuration

Adobe CQ5 gives us the ability to easily create a new site, or multiple sites, based on an existing site through Live Copy. Multi Site Manager (MSM) will then allow us to easily manage the content and relationships between these sites. Note: For more details regarding the Multi Site Manager and Live Copy, see http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/administering/multi_site_manager.html. …