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Can't see changes when reinstalling same snapshot bundle - Adobe Experience Manager 16-06-2017
Hello,I am trying to install a bundle through the usual mvn clean install -PautoInstallBundle profile. The bundle is xyz-1.2-SNAPSHOT.jarThe problem is that when I try to reinstall the same bundle I can't see any changes as if the bundle is not installed at all.These are the only information I can get from the logs:16.06.2017 10:24:07.410 INFO com.adobe.aem.sightly.ide.impl.SightlyBeanFinderImpl Detected a change at /apps/xyz/install/xyz-1.2-SNAPSHOT.jar, rebuilding the beans information16.06.20...

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Re: Sightly component templates under /etc - Adobe Experience Manager 20-04-2017
HiI read those articles and many implementations of AngularJS and AEM. But my use case is a slightly different. It's an SPA and I need to have all the component templates under a unique folder (e.g., /etc/templates/component1.html, /etc/templates/component2.html, etc.) and not loose the component's context (from component1, $properties.title should still work in component1.html).Thanks!

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Sightly component templates under /etc - Adobe Experience Manager 20-04-2017
HiI am implementing an integration between AEM and an AngularJS SPA. The AngularJS application has to download the component templates as if they were static files under a unique path, let's say under /etc, /etc/templates/component1.html, /etc/templates/component2.html, etc.. Do you know whether I can put my component templates under /etc without loosing the context of my component properties? Thank you!

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