Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
Bedrock Mission!

Learn more

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Community profile Marjia_Yeasmin_TL Level 2
Adobe Practice Lead
Melbourne
7 BADGES
Level 2

Level 2

Learn more
Joined the community 11-08-2021 12:24:17 AM
Online
Top badges earned by Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Customize the badges you want to showcase on your profile
Re: Has anyone used Cypress to perform UI functional testing in AEM sites?
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

6 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Boost 3
Ignite 3
Boost 1
Validate 1
View profile
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
- Adobe Experience Manager Assets
Hi @igopisrinivasan, I'm wondering whether you would be able to share the initial AEM project set up with ui.tests modules in Cypress? Thanks in advance.

Views

182

Like

1

Replies

0
What would be best possible approach to create a lookup table in AEM site?
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

6 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Boost 3
Ignite 3
Boost 1
Validate 1
View profile
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
- Adobe Experience Manager
We are thinking of implementing the lookup table as a content fragment where the content author will put in information as a key-value pair. Now if we want to make use of the content fragment list in a custom component where the values of the content fragment list will be populated as drop-down list, does it seem to the right approach to implement it? Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks in advance.

Views

64

Likes

0

Replies

2
Has anyone used Cypress to perform UI functional testing in AEM sites?
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

6 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Boost 3
Ignite 3
Boost 1
Validate 1
View profile
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
- Adobe Experience Manager Assets
We are planning to Cypress instead of Selenium webdriver to do UI functionality testing in AEM sites. Wondering whether anyone has used it in their projects. Would be good if you can please share your insights with me. Thanks in advance.

Views

221

Like

1

Replies

5
Re: Any pointers to AEM Modal component?
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

6 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Boost 3
Ignite 3
Boost 1
Validate 1
View profile
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
- Adobe Experience Manager
Thanks Markus for the update. I will follow it up at the GitHub repo. Thanks once again.

Views

125

Like

1

Replies

0
Re: Any pointers to AEM Modal component?
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

6 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Boost 3
Ignite 3
Boost 1
Validate 1
View profile
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
- Adobe Experience Manager
The main adobe.com site which is built on AEM and it uses the modal component as shown in the screenshot. Is it envisioned to be available in github source repo at some point of time? Thanks in advance.

Views

151

Like

1

Replies

0
Any pointers to AEM Modal component?
Avatar
Give Back 3
Level 2
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

6 posts

Correct reply

0 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back 3
Boost 3
Ignite 3
Boost 1
Validate 1
View profile
Marjia_Yeasmin_TL
- Adobe Experience Manager
I happened to notice that Modal was mentioned in few training materials as part of the core AEM components library. Wondering whether it was ever built and then archived lately. It would be handy to know the structure of this modal component. Also, there is an open issue logged for modal experience fragment, https://github.com/adobe/aem-core-wcm-components/issues/509. This is also something I am exploring at the moment. Any pointers will be greatly appreciated.

Views

152

Likes

0

Replies

3
Likes given to
Likes from