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AEM(Adobe Experience Manager) Headless Implementation— Workflow | AEM Community Blog Seeding




AEM(Adobe Experience Manager) Headless Implementation— Workflow by Albinsblog


My earlier post explained the steps to enable headless content sharing through GraphQL. Refer to for more details on delivering headless content through GraphQL API and Content Fragments.
In this post let us quickly see the different activities to share the headless content through GraphQL and the different roles performing those activities(this is based on my understanding, feel free to give your feedback).

The different roles to enable the headless content
Content Architect
Content Author
The developer performs most of the technical configurations to enable Content Architect and Content Authors to produce headless content. Additionally, enable the GraphQL endpoint configurations that can be consumed by external applications to fetch headless content.
Configuration Browsers — Enable Content Fragment Model/GraphQL Persistent Queries
Enable Content Fragment Model for the DAM folder
Create Persistence Queries(Optional)
Configure GraphQL Endpoints(Global/Site-specific)
Security Configurations — CORS, Referrer filter
Enable Authentication for endpoints
Share GraphQL Endpoint and query details for external system
Content Architect:
The content author defines the content model structure, relationship to share the content with external systems, also creates the required Content Fragment Models in AEM.
Define Content Model Structure
Create Content Fragment Model
Content Author:
Content Author’s creates the content by using the Content Fragment Model defined by the Content Architect.

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