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15-10-2015

How to Create Customized Declarative User Interface components which are going to be reused in AEM Screens ?

Declarative components - Tables , Forms, etc

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AFAIK there is no settings and you need to handle with custom implementation. Are you expecting major changes ? One thing come to solve would be Create a tool to find reference of pages using the component & then explicitly set changes in all those pages matching default value or use boiler template http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/cq/current/developing/boilerplates.html

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