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Re: Cannot use SCF.addComponent manually - Adobe Experience Manager 13-02-2017
To dynamically add new components to a page (after it was bootstrapped) or to lazy load components, you can follow the document here: https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/develop/communities/essentials/sideloading.html#Dynamic%20LoadingFor your use case, of injecting some component on a modal dialog launch, you could do something like this: var launchDialog = function(model) { var el = document.createElement("div"); // initialize your view object with the loaded model var myView = new MyView({...

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Re: MSRP - How to CRUD image/file attachments? - Adobe Experience Manager 28-11-2016
Hi Greg,Am curious about the custom component that you are implementing using SRP. Would it be possible to share what your use case is? Most times, UGC based components can be built as extensions to the Comment System APIs or Forum APIs instead of building a component from scratch. This will give you various capabilities that are available in our OOTB components without you having to talk to SRP APIs directly (for the most part).We do not have a public sample of storing attachments in SRP yet. I...

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Re: Accessing global object wcmmode in AEM from a handlebars template - Adobe Experience Manager 05-01-2016
The syntax for the #if-wcm-mode is slightly different from what is stated above. The right usage is:{{#if-wcm-mode mode=","}} ... {{else}} ... {{/if-wcm-mode}}"mode" can be compared against a comma separated list of know modes as listed here: https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/cq/5-6-1/javadoc/com/day/cq/wcm/api/WCMMode.htmlHope that helps.

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Re: fetching dialog fields from a extended voting component - Adobe Experience Manager 21-12-2015
Hello Jesse,You can access all properties set on a component/resource by using the following keys in the handlebars template:{{properties.}}Please let me know if that works for you.

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