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Using aemfed to speed up your AEM front-end development in just 10 steps | AEM Community Blog Seeding

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Using aemfed to speed up your AEM front-end development in just 10 steps by Ramachandra Pai

Abstract

Have you ever struggled to wait for the time it takes to deploy your changes to your AEM instance using maven commands for trivial file changes like styling or a line here and there?

There are plugins like Brackets and AEM Sling Development Tools which make development easy by allowing us to do this faster but they somehow restrict us to a specific IDE.

What if we could proxy an AEM server and have a WYSIWYG kind of environment which continuously monitors your changes the way it happens in Angular!

This idea led to the creation of aemfed npm module which does just that and a lot more! So what are we waiting for? Let’s get up and running with something fresh in AEM development.

Note: This is only to be used in non-production environments to speed up the development cycle.

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