Pages Tagged with "Tools"

Sling (sort of) Requires Javax Servlet

Find out how to resolve a missing javax.servlet dependency when using the Apache Sling API.

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Escaping the Dreaded VerifyError

How to fix the java.lang.VerifyError: Expecting a stackmap frame at branch target error in AEM

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Creating a Scalable Application Ecosystem

In many applications, although the application itself has an MVC structure, the application is built as a monolith. Services, libraries, and the application code are all intermingled, making the process of extending or creating a similar application far more difficult than should be required.

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Monitoring AEM in Adobe Managed Services with Sling Health Checks

Implementing proactive monitoring of AEM web applications using Sling Health Checks and Nagios when hosting through Adobe Managed Services.

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3 Gotchas in Migrating from Felix SCR to OSGi R6 Annotations

If you use AEM 6.3+ you should be using the OSGi R6 DS Annotations, but how do you avoid gotchas when upgrading old projects?

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Developing Clean and Efficient Lists of Items with HTL

In HTL many developers create overly complex Sling Model driven components for simple content lists. Instead, using child-component includes you can create complex content-driven components without a line of Java code.

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An Outsider's Recommendations for Adobe Managed Services

Some concrete recommendations to better fit Adobe Managed Services to customers diverse needs based on my experience as an AEM Architect and DevOps expert

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Mastering the AEM Dispatcher Part 4: Sharing Content with SSI

Using Apache Server Side Includes (SSI) allows you to share content between AEM and non-AEM websites such as header and footers.

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Mastering the AEM Dispatcher Part 2: Case Insensitive URLs

Unlike case Insensitive web servers, such as IIS, the AEM Dispatcher on Apache httpd is case sensitive. Learn about how to support case Insensitive URLs in the AEM Dispatcher on Apache.

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Adobe and Microsoft, Bringing Together Marketing and Sales

Adobe and Microsoft are bringing together Marketing and Sales, the first step is AEM on Azure, more exciting things are to come!

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