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Recording for "Ask the AEM Community Experts Webinar: Building responsive layouts using Bootstrap and Angular JS" - Adobe Experience Manager 17-05-2017
Hi,I missed the "Ask the AEM Community Experts Webinar: Building responsive layouts using Bootstrap and Angular JS" so I was wondering if there is a recording of it available?ThanksTheo

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Re: [AEM 6.3 Release] Announcing the Release of Adobe Experience Manager 6.3!! - Adobe Experience Manager 05-05-2017
Thank you, I look forward to seeing the documentation!In the meantime I was hoping to install AEM 6.3 SP1 but I can't find it anywhere - is there an ETA of when it will be available?ThanksTheo

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Re: [AEM 6.3 Release] Announcing the Release of Adobe Experience Manager 6.3!! - Adobe Experience Manager 03-05-2017
Hi,Is there any new documentation about the Content Service functionality that will be available in 6.3? The only link I could find was this: https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-3/develop/mobile-apps/content-services.html but on the page it says:"The Content Services feature is documented for preview purposes only.It is subject to change with the release of 6.3 GA Service Pack 1."It would be great to see any other documentation about this!ThanksTheo

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Re: Local AEM instance on PC crashes after content package is uploaded - Adobe Experience Manager 28-04-2017
Hi,Just wanted to follow up on this as I have found a solution that works. I made a new local instance of AEM 6.1, and in CMD (rather than opening the JAR directly) I navigated to the location of the JAR and ran the following command:java -Xms1024m -Xmx4096m -jar FILENAME.jarThis allocates 1GB of memory and gives it a maximum of 4GB to use. I also downloaded a free monitoring tool called VisualVM which allows me to keep an eye on the memory being allocated and used by the JAR. I then installed A...

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Re: Local AEM instance on PC crashes after content package is uploaded - Adobe Experience Manager 07-04-2017
Thanks both for your advice. When I install the content package, in CRXDE I can see it is showing the progress in the Activity Log. In the error log, I have noticed multiple errors relating to Java heap space i.e."java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space"How much memory do you recommend the Author JAR requires for a local development environment? I also tried deleting the pauseInstallation node as suggested but this completely "bricked" my AEM instance so I had to start again.Hope that info h...

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Local AEM instance on PC crashes after content package is uploaded - Adobe Experience Manager 06-04-2017
Hi,I would like some advice regarding the use of content packages in local AEM instances. Whenever I try to install a content package of the content from our website into my local instance, which is around 3GB, it eventually crashes and becomes unusable. Sometimes it takes days and sometimes it can take just hours. The only way to fix it is to delete the crx-quickstart folder and install everything (service packs etc) again. In terms of using a content package, I have to use a much smaller ZIP w...

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Re: Is it possible to defer or async JS in ClientLibs (AEM 6.1, using JSP)? - Adobe Experience Manager 17-02-2017
Hi,Are there any plans in future AEM versions to allow this? I have seen that you can do it with Sightly in AEM 6.2 but we are using JSP'sThanksTheo

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Re: How much of <cq:includeClientLib js="cq.jquery" /> is necessary for user-facing site? - Adobe Experience Manager 16-02-2017
Hi,I have one more question regarding this - do I need to explicitly call the cq.jquery files to be used on Author or are they just built into AEM anyway? For example I could use an if statement to detect Edit or Design mode. Is this necessary?ThanksTheo

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Re: How much of <cq:includeClientLib js="cq.jquery" /> is necessary for user-facing site? - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2017
Thanks for your quick reply! So, just to confirm, all JS and CSS files in cq.jquery (apart from /granite/jquery.js) are only required for Author?ThanksTheo

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