Adobe Experience Manager's Content Fragments and Experience Fragments may seem similar on the surface, but each play key roles in different use cases. Learn how Content Fragments and Experience Fragments are similar, different, and when and how to use each.
Content Fragments (CF)
1. Re-usable, presentation-agnostic content , composed of structured data elements (text, dates, references, etc.)
2. Content-centric | Defined by a structured, form-based, data model | Design and layout agnostic.| The channel owns the presentation of the Content Fragment’s content (layout and design)
3. Implemented as a dam:Asset | Defined by a Content Fragment Model
Experience Fragments (XF)
1. A re-usable, composite of one or more AEM Components defining content and presentation that forms an experience which makes sense on its own
2. Presentation-centric| Defined by unstructured composition of AEM Components | Defines design and layout of content | Used "as is" in channels
3. Implemented as a cq:Page | Defined by Editable Templates | Native HTML rendition
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