Developers thrive on rapid and constant feedback. The sooner you know that a solution is working (or not), the better. At AEM Hub next week in London, I’ll be discussing two tools Adobe Consulting Services created to facilitate rapid feedback to developers working with Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).
The first, AEM Fiddle, is a Read–eval–print loop (REPL) development tool within the AEM environment. Using AEM Fiddle, you can test out component code, execute ad hoc scripts, and generally experiment with the AEM APIs.
The second, AEM LiveReload, provides an integration between AEM and the popular LiveReload browser plugin. When enabled, this tool proactively instructs your browser to reload when certain changes are made.
At the “Extra AEM Development Tools” session, I’ll demonstrate these tools and provide insight into how they are constructed.
You can download these tools and read more about them here.
You can learn more about the event, read up on all of the sessions, and register to attend here.