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AEM: Creating a color picker with a predefined palette by Theo Pendle

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The use-case As an industry-leading solution, AEM is typically used in medium- to large-sized companies, and these companies typically have well-established brands and visual identities. For that reason, it is often necessary to give website authors the ability to chose from a range of colors that enable them to be creative and innovative in their branding, but also to stay within the bounds of the a website’s look-and-feel. Let’s have a look at how we can provide a limited color palette in a TouchUI dialog. The existing solutions Adobe Core Components does this for the background color of their Container component by using a Granite ColorField widget (based on a Coral.ColorInput component, a demo for which you can see here) which displays colors based on the component policy in the page template.

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