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AEM 6.3 | New custom console

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Hi guys,

I was wondering if you have a working example on how to create a custom console on AEM 6.3 or some docs that could help me with this tasks.

I have already tried the samples available on Github but they have been done, if I'm not wrong, for the version 6.0.

Thank you!

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Hi,

I'd suggest you to go through "Create a Custom Console section" in the below link in order to understand how to create custom AEM console.

Customizing the Consoles

You can refer to below article which has a sample zip file. The aim of the below article is to create custom admin console in AEM

https://experiencemanaged.com/posts/how-to-create-an-aem-62-admin-console-for-touch-ui.html

NOTE: There's a sample zip file in the above link. Also you can clone this sample code base from GitHub (GitHub - auniverseaway/aem-touch-admin-console: An AEM 6.2 Admin Console for Touch UI )

I've tested the sample project (cloned from GitHub) and it worked fine for me. However, you might need to make few modifications to the bundle if you're seeing any null pointer exceptions.

I hope this helps!

Regards,

Lavanya Malyala

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bsloki​ created a solution similar to what you are asking. He built a new view that can be accessed under TOOLS. This new view was used to manage Vanity URLS. It will give you am idea on how to build a new console/UI that lets you perform custom AEM functionality -- Adobe Experience Manager Help | Developing a VanityPath Manager for Adobe Experience Manager

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Hi,

I'd suggest you to go through "Create a Custom Console section" in the below link in order to understand how to create custom AEM console.

Customizing the Consoles

You can refer to below article which has a sample zip file. The aim of the below article is to create custom admin console in AEM

https://experiencemanaged.com/posts/how-to-create-an-aem-62-admin-console-for-touch-ui.html

NOTE: There's a sample zip file in the above link. Also you can clone this sample code base from GitHub (GitHub - auniverseaway/aem-touch-admin-console: An AEM 6.2 Admin Console for Touch UI )

I've tested the sample project (cloned from GitHub) and it worked fine for me. However, you might need to make few modifications to the bundle if you're seeing any null pointer exceptions.

I hope this helps!

Regards,

Lavanya Malyala

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@Lavanya_Malyala  ... Not fully working example but I least I'll be able to start digging into it . Thank you!

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smacdonald2008 I'll check the code and try to come up with a solution to my problem. Thank you!

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