Hi Yes that’s true, the 2 ways to request Content Fragments are Assets
API and GraphQL.I’m afraid there is no tutorial that compares the two
solutions… But with the AEM Headless Developer Journey you are
mentioning you’ll work with both solutions so I think at the end of the
journey you can see the pro’s and con’s from both solutions. Just for
your information, it will also depend on the use case, not because you
choose to use GraphQL, you can’t use Assets API. In one of my projects
we use both ...
Hi manikanthar1295For me it's not very clear what you to achieve with
your query.Do you want to get an overview of all your components below
do you want to get an overview of the configured components on content
Hi software_engineerI would suggest to first learn how to create Content
Fragment Models & Content Fragments itself.For that one you can use the
Tutorial provided by Adobe. [HERE]For requesting Content Fragments in
3th party applications you need to use GraphQL. Here you can see already
some examples from GraphQL Queries.I don't have experience with Vue.js
itself, but after some searching I found the Apollo framework to create
GraphQL queries. A tutorial can be found HERE. I hope I could help yo...
You can't add a port to your host file, but when you run a local
dispatcher you use the docker_run.sh with port 80 as
host.docker.internal:4503 80Your /etc/hosts file should look like
this127.0.0.1 www.mydomain.comAnd your VirtualHost should look like this
... Now you can go to
www.mydomain.com in your browser.