[AEM Skill Builder | October] AEM Component Generator – Best Practice AEM Components in a Fraction of the Time


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Recording: https://adobe.ly/2NIeggL


Session Details

Adobe's best practices for coding AEM components have evolved significantly over the past few years, latest patterns being demonstrated by the Adobe WCM Core components.  Making sure your developers are up to date with and following these practices is a significant challenge on its own.  Add in other challenges such as meticulous and monotonous XML configuration and front end JS/CSS developers not used to write Java sling models, and coding AEM components the "right" way is far more challenging and time-consuming than you'd think.  Faced with these challenges, many teams simply don't bother, sticking to previous habits that are not only out of date but also inefficient in terms of time and money.  And if you're fortunate to be on a team that has kept pace with best practices, it's likely still requiring far more effort to create components than it should. This enhancement to AEM component building will enable you and your team to create entire components in minutes where it used to take hours, error-free and fully up to date with Adobe best practices for dialogs, sling models, client libraries, HTL, and front-end focused development.


Presenter: Brett Birschbach, Technical Director at Bounteous


Date: Tuesday, 29th October 2019

Time: 8:00 am PDT | 11:00 am EST | 8:30 pm IST

Duration: 60 Minutes


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oin Brett Birschbach, Technical Director and Certified AEM Architect at Bounteous




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We have rescheduled the webinar on AEM Component Generator & Best Practice. Request you to please RSVP again to the new event at [1].


[1] https://www.meetup.com/AEM-Technologist-Group/events/266130655/




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