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How to include custom Data Types in OOTB Content Fragment Editor
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TechnoJargon

TechnoJargon
- Adobe Experience Manager
HiI am looking for the a way to include/develop custom Data types in the Content Fragment Model Editor of AEM version >= 6.4. It could be a hyperlink, extended RTE (with all features/plugins) etc.It is now recommended in the page to use the CF Model to create a CF. Does that mean that the CF Template development should be totally avoided? https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-64/developing/platform/templates/content-fragment-templates.html Thanks

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Re: How To Migrate The Existing HTL or JSP based Websites to AngularJS 6+
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TechnoJargon
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As Joerg mentioned, converting a plain static content website to SPA won't be absolutely necessary. A transactional website would make more sense to work with SPA.On the long run, a number of integrations might be affected or require additional complexities to work with SPA. SEO might be an example. Although the Angular Universal provides support for SEO, server complexities will increase a lot. Several package/modules would be also needed to work with AMC especially analytics and target.

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How To Migrate The Existing HTL or JSP based Websites to AngularJS 6+
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HelloWe have some existing websites which are written using HTL or JSP and currently running in AEM 6.1. In an upcoming project of AEM 6.4 upgrade, we are given additional requirements to migrate the front-end codes to AngularJS. Apparently this means, we have to rewrite the templates/components codes into Transcripts which is a huge development effort. We would also need to incorporate the Angular SPA Editor which is a newbie in the AEM world.What would be the best way to achieve this sort of f...

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