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 …


Server-Side Handlebars in AEM

There are many reasons you might need to use handlebars in Adobe Experience Manager. You might have a developer who is well versed in handlebars and wants to develop AEM components using handlebars. You might be migrating a site that was written in handlebars and don’t want to convert your scripts to Sightly just yet. …


Understanding the JavaScript Use-API for AEM

Adobe Experience Manager offers two APIs for writing server-side code that Sightly can consume. One is the Java Use-API and the other is the JavaScript Use-API. Developers familiar with programming for Adobe Experience Manager (also known as Adobe CQ) before AEM 6.0 will have no issues picking up the Java Use-API. The JavaScript Use-API is …