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Adobe Developers Live, October 2021 | Project Firefly's Complete Session list

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Hi everyone!

 

By popular request, here is an aggregated list of all the ProjectFireFly sessions occurring at Adobe Developers Live.

Register here: https://adobe.ly/3A0yybp

 

Main Stage Event

Session Title Description Speaker(s)
Cloud-native extensibility for Experience Cloud: What’s in it for Experience Manager developers Join us for a session with Loni Stark, VP Experience Manager and Michael Marth, Senior Director Adobe Experience Manager Sites & Screens to learn more about Adobe's cloud-native extensibility strategy for Experience Cloud and what's in it for developers. See live demos of extensibility use cases, built with Adobe's cloud-native developer framework "Project Firefly" which includes novel capabilities to integrate with and extend Adobe Experience Manager. Loni Stark, Michael Marth, Ron Nagy, and David Benge

 

Other Sessions

Session Title

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Speaker(s)

Introducing Project Firefly: Everything You Need to Build a Custom Cloud App to Meet your Business N...

Explore what’s possible with Project Firefly and ask us everything you want to know. Join us to learn more about how Project Firefly enables you to build cloud native applications to extend the out-of-the-box capabilities of AEM and other Adobe products. You’ll learn about common use cases as well as a peek on how to get started building with Project Firefly.

Sarah Xu and Meryll Blanchet 

Firefly Architecture and Technical Deep Dive

Learn more about Project Firefly as we walk through the application architecture of Firefly apps that extend AEM.

Manik Jindal and Meryll Blanchet 

Adobe I/O Open Source projects and contributions

Learn more about Project Firefly's open-sourced CLI, SDK, and libraries. How to contribute to the code: fix a bug, implement a new feature, and suggest improvements.

Jesse MacFadyen and Shazron Abdullah 

Custom AEM Assets Compute Worker with Project Firefly and Photoshop APIs

AEM as Cloud Service’s Asset Compute microservices support the development and deployment of custom workers that generate custom asset renditions. Beside leveraging the out-of-the-box content automation for asset production at scale, developers can also create their own asset compute workers using Photoshop APIs for more custom use cases.

Duy Nguyen 

An introduction to the Adobe Developer Console

Beginner-level. The Adobe Developer Console is the gateway to Adobe APIs, Events, Runtime and Project Firefly. Join us for an overview of the services and tooling available as part of the Adobe Developer Ecosystem. 

Carmen Sutter 

Adobe I/O-Powered AEMaaCS Assets Export

This session covers an overview of Adobe I/O serverless platform from Events, Actions to Project Firefly, also from AEMaaCS perspective, see how Adobe I/O can help implement use cases like exporting assets from AEM into external cloud storage (Azure) or 3rd party systems (Marketo) either in real-time (sync) or batch (async) mode.

Kelvin Xu and Kanika Gera 

Adobe Exchange - A guide to Adobe's DX Marketplace

Build an API integration in Console, Create and submit a listing for approval, Promote on the Adobe Exchange Marketplace; the E2E experience.

Martin Rauchwerk 

Build Event-Driven Experiences with Custom I/O Events

Every Businesses want to deliver customer experiences that are timely, targeted, effective and personalized. 

Event-driven architectures are a foundational component of the experience business. EDA’s enable our customers to react to changes in state, and behaviors and updates to trigger workflows and decisions in near-real time. Adobe I/O Events supports Adobe internal providers and product teams, by providing 3rd party subscription management to the events emitted by these providers.

Kanika Gera and Sangeetha Krishnan 

Have 10 minutes? Let's build a Firefly application that consumes AEM Events

Learn WHY is it a good idea to build event-driven applications and HOW we can build them with ease using Project Firefly. This session covers:

  1. Everything you need to know to start building event-driven applications that respond to events from Adobe Products.
  2. Live demo of building a Firefly application that responds to AEM Events.
  3. Introduction to Project Firefly components - Adobe I/O Events and I/O Runtime.

Let's get equipped to deliver an engaging customer experience!

tions that respond to events from Adobe Products.

Sahil Gera 

Monitoring Project Firefly applications with log forwarding

Access all your Firefly application logs in a supported log management solution of choice. In this session, we give an exclusive preview of the upcoming log forwarding capabilities and how you can try them out early.

Manik Jindal and Olga Kopylova

Extend AEM Content & Commerce with Project Firefly

AEM Content & Commerce using the Commerce Integration Framework (CIF) provide a flexible architecture to connect AEM with Adobe Commerce or any other commerce solution – commercial vs home-grown. Project Firefly and GraphQL play an essential role for AEM Content & Commerce and the CIF.

Markus Haack 

Integrate AEM Cloud Service with Adobe I/O Events


There are many ways to integrate AEM Cloud Service with Adobe I/O Custom Events. Learn about the different options available and how they could be the best fit for your specific use-case. 

Amol Anand and Francois Le Droff

 

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