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03-06-2019

Hi Team,

How to develop the search component in AEM.

If any one developed please share the code so that i can utilize.

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Manikantha R

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You can use the following components as reference:

- Search component under General Category

- Search component under the we-retail category

- Core Components[1] search component

[1] Releases · adobe/aem-core-wcm-components · GitHub

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There is a tutorial that is based on SOLR located at [0]

0. Adobe Experience Manager Help | Integrating SOLR with Adobe Experience Manager 6.4

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You might want to review the WKND tutorial - a multi-part tutorial designed for developers new to Adobe Experience Manager: WKND Tutorial Overview

In Chapter 7 it covers a headers design including a search component 7 - Header and Footer

A complete solution is available on GitHub, hence you can adapt it for your project.