Composum AI für Adobe AEM
Composum AI for AEM extends Adobe AEM by providing a Content Creation Dialog that is accessible via the toolbar of richtext editors as well es text areas in dialogs, and with a Side panel AI that is geared for content analysis of the page including a chat feature. This blog gives a tour with some examples. You can try it out yourself - it is publicly available as installable package for AEM 6.5.x and AEMaaCS and is open source (MIT license).
The Composum AI is a module that brings AI text generation and analysis capabilities into Composum Pages or Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). It's currently 4 dialogs support generating keywords, translation, text content generation and page text review and various other operation modi, including a chat with the AI if needed. This blog gives a short tour with some examples. You can try it out yourself!
Automatic Content Synchronization during Development
We discuss various possibilities to speed up Sling development with automatic content synchronization from the content you edit in your IDE, if possible within seconds.
Package Registry Browser
The Composum package registry browser provides a UI to manage content packages in package registries - both JCR and in the filesystem.
Nodes in a AEM as a Cloud migration
This Blog entry has both the purpose of recounting some experiences and learnings from a AEM 6.5 to AEM as a Cloud Service migration I was working on recently, and highlighing some points where the Composum Nodes and the Composum Browser can help you there.
Migration to Sling Launcher 12
This tells some of the experiences, approaches and findings when migrating our live system from Sling Launcher 11 to Sling Launcher 12.
In order to make the use of the Composum Nodes tools usable in different environments and still ensure security against unintended or unauthorized manipulation in the repository, individual features or even complete modules of the Nodes console can be restricted or completely disabled.
The power of the ‚Themes‘
'Themes' allow partial redesign of existing components and content without changing data
Each Sling component implemented in this way defines a resource type that is referenced by the content elements, i.e. the content resources. This data of the CMS thus receives its respective function. In order to adapt this function to changing requirements without always having to create new components and modify the content, a 'theme' can be used to partially or completely change the implementation of a set of components without having to change the content of the CMS. A 'Theme' can also be assigned to an area in the page hierarchy that wants to implement the same components differently.
Creating and publishing a website with Composum Pages
In Composum Pages, websites are configured using 'Site' objects, the root elements of the pages of a website. These root elements control the publication of the content of a website. Through a suitable resolver mapping to the published content, any host (a domain) can be linked to the published content. On the Composum Cloud System this publication of a website is directly possible via the user interfaces of the Composum Platform.