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 …


Example Out-of-the-Box Components Extended in AEM

Every manager who purchases Adobe Experience Manager always wants to use the Out-of-the-Box (OOB) components to begin to build their ridiculously custom website. Most have listened to Adobe’s marketing pitch and concluded that everything is all ready for them to be able to get authors working in the system right away without any custom development …

Switching User Interfaces within AEM 6.0

The new version of Adobe Experience Manager (AEM 6.0) by default uses a “touch-optimized” user interface while editing your sites.  There are a number of ways to switch to using the “classic” user interface instead. To switch to the Classic UI for a particular page, click on the “Page Information” gear icon toward the upper …