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Touch UI version of Custom Asset Share Page

Rob_Curran__T4G
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Is there a strait forward  way to securely expose the /assets page on a publish instance effectively creation a TouchUI version of an Asset Share Page?

The Asset Share Page documentation outlines an approach using the classic UI which is not desirable.  https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/author/assets/using-asset-share-pages.html

Essentially, I'd like to expose an anonymous Asset search page on the publish instance which mirrors the functionality of the /assets page (filter, full text search, etc.  Read/Only)

Thanks for any tips.

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amitgupta_adbe
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Employee
Employee

Rob Curran (T4G) wrote...

Thanks for the response.  I'm aware of the brand portal... however this is a SAAS offering in the Cloud.  I'm looking for a solution which can be hosted in the AEM publish instance.

 

There is no touch UI version of Asset Share, and there is no good alternative yet for on-prem publish.

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Rob_Curran__T4G
Level 3
Level 3

Thanks for the response.  I'm aware of the brand portal... however this is a SAAS offering in the Cloud.  I'm looking for a solution which can be hosted in the AEM publish instance.

ukgaurav
Employee
Employee

Hi Rob,

Seems Asset Selector should help you. Review this blog post for more details - http://blogs.adobe.com/contentcorner/2016/03/03/integrating-aem-asset-selector-with-your-web-page/

Thanks,

Gaurav

amitgupta_adbe
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Employee
Employee

Rob Curran (T4G) wrote...

Thanks for the response.  I'm aware of the brand portal... however this is a SAAS offering in the Cloud.  I'm looking for a solution which can be hosted in the AEM publish instance.

 

There is no touch UI version of Asset Share, and there is no good alternative yet for on-prem publish.

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