Adobe Experience Manager 6.0 will be available soon with changes to the User Interface. This opens up a whole new world of extensibility for AEM developers.
Gilles and I will be presenting at CIRCUIT in Chicago, June 4–5, 2014. I hope you will join us, to learn more about how to customize your UI in the new AEM. I’ve included a brief outline of what we’ll cover at CIRCUIT below:
The new resource merger will end the need of copying full JCR subtrees under apps. With the new resource merger it is possible to overlay certain nodes without replicating all their ancestors. This includes adding, modifying and removing properties of a node or its children.
2 – Build and modify Administration
Build your own administration views or extend from an existing one by making usage of our extensive UX framework build into the new AEM.
3 – Authoring / Page Editing
The new touch enabled page authoring allows a broad range of extension points, like plugging in a new inline editor to a complete new layer for your custom view.
This is just one of the many informative sessions panned for this 2 day event, planned by developers for developers. Find out more about CIRCUIT, including registration, here. Adobe is also offering developers the opportunity to take the AEM Component Developer or AEM Lead Developer Certified Expert exam at a reduced rate of $250.00. Learn more at: http://adobe.ly/PPHGIy.
I am looking forward to spending time getting to know you in Chicago!
This post was previously published on Damien Antipa’s blog on May 7, 2014.