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  • Scott Reinhardt
    03.16.2017

    Fix for a Bug in the Tabs Container

    On the surface, the business requirement appeared simple: In Adobe Enterprise Manager (AEM), reorganize the properties in the dialog box into sub-categories. In execution, however, this proved to not be so simple, due to a bug in Adobe Enterprise Manager (AEM).
  • Kayla Amaral
    03.13.2017

    Let's Get Giffy

    The weekly status call with the client was going great. No new bugs were reported, and we were just wrapping things up when the client said, “Oh, one last thing—our content author reported that cinemagraphs aren’t working in the custom hero carousel. Do you guys have any ideas?”

  • Sean McKaharay
    03.13.2017

    Custom Thumbnail Servlet

    What image rendition should I use? AEM has a workflow that will create all kinds of renditions depending on how you want to work with your original image. AEM has a ThumbnailServlet. Now given that information, we have created a better more extensible servlet that can be customized any way you like it.
  • Sean McKaharay
    02.28.2017

    Lessons from the AEM School of Hard Knocks

    In the time since I built my first project in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), I’ve learned that there are a lot of AEM configurators, but not many true AEM developers. In my experience, ask an AEM configurator what a thumbnail servlet is and how it works, odds are that they will probably not know what a servlet is or how it works. On the other hand, an AEM developer will know what a thumbnail servlet is and how it is used, and will likely know how to override its functionality. So if you are planning on building out a site in AEM, there are some lessons I’ve learned that you may want to take into consideration.