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Dynamic Dropdowns in AEM Content Fragments

In this post, I'll show you how to easily and cleanly create a dynamic dropdown in an AEM Content Fragment Model driven by an ACS AEM Commons Generic List.

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Apache Sling JVM Performance Comparison

A comparison of the performance of top Java Virtual Machine implementations in running Apache Sling.

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Apache Sling JVM Performance Followup

Follow up on my initial performance comparison of Java Virtual Machine implementations in running Apache Sling using more iterations to get better data

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Thoughts on AEM as a Cloud Service

Adobe recently announced the availability of AEM as a Cloud Service, a new service offering for Adobe Experience Manager customers to run AEM natively as a Platform as a Service (PaaS) in Adobe's cloud.

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Exploring the Sling Feature Model: Part 3 - Custom Aggregates

Describes the process for creating custom aggregates with Apache Sling CMS and the Sling Feature Model for running in Docker containers

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4 Useful Features of Composum Browser

Composum Browser is an Open Source JCR Node browser for Apache Sling and bills itself as the Swiss knife for the repository. Composum Browser has been included in Apache Sling since Sling 9 and is available in all versions of Apache Sling CMS. Here are four useful features in Composum Browser.

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Markdown in AEM with Flexmark

Unfortunately, AEM did not provide a mechanism to interact with Markdown content, nor were any of the Java markdown libraries compatible with OSGi. Recently, I worked with the Flexmark team to produce an OSGi bundle version of the Flexmark markdown library.

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No Servlets Required: Exporting Data with Sling Models

Are you still writing Servlets to render JSON in AEM? Use the Sling Models Exporter instead!

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Three AEM / DPS Tips

Three helpful tips on integrating Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.

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