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AEM 6.4 with SPA Editor - how to use the experience fragments

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04-03-2019

Hi,

Using AEM 6.4 with SPA Editor, is there any example/sample of how to use the experience fragments inside the SPA site?

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Hi @JaideepBrar

Could you please let me know where can I find the approach of SPA app consuming XF JSON? I am trying to enable content fragment component in an SPA editor template based page(created from maven archetype), but it is not showing up for authoring(although node is formed in crx/de) I understand not all components are enabled in SPA authoring and we have to map using mapto react library, but could you let us know how to use XF where SPA app consumes JSON by content services (Sling Model Exporter) ? Is there any article/page for this approach ?