Discussing ways to add images to your AEM component via a Touch UI dialog. The task has never been a straightforward one, but using Exadel Authoring Kit for AEM makes it much easier.
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In this article we explain how Exadel Toolbox Lists help to create, edit, and retrieve dictionary-like and table-like data (option lists, built-in data references, etc.) for use with AEM components.
Exadel MarTech team released the second version of Exadel Authoring Kit for Adobe Experience Manager.
Today’s tip is about multifields — useful structures for displaying complex data. Multifields are not easy to build from scratch, but the AEM Authoring Toolkit helps create them with just a few lines of code.
This article continues the story of decomposing complex AEM components. We propose a way to gently split component data and logic into several function-specific classes while preserving the look and feel of a “whole” component. We also discuss the use of AEM Authoring Toolkit’s @RadioGroup, as well as changes that may be introduced to HTL markup.
As an AEM developer, you’ve probably had to support AEM components that have grown too complicated and feature-packed. This article shows a way to use AEM Authoring Toolkit to decompose them for better maintainability and a better authoring experience. We discuss usage of fieldsets and reactive tabs, as well as other DependsOn features.