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.