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 …


Asset File Upload Prevention

By default, the fileupload component in the Touch UI allows for files to be “dragged and dropped” into it from the DAM and also to be chosen from the local file system using a popup dialog. This is all fine and dandy unless it is undesirable to allow the uploading of files from the local …