Wednesday, 12 April 2017
Creating an Adobe Experience Manager project using Lazybones
You can create an Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 project by using Lazybones, which is a templating language that you can use to setup an Experience Manager project. For more information, see
This development article walks you through an efficient path to create a new Experience Manager project. This article covers the following tasks:
Create an Experience Manager project by using Lazybone.
Setup the project using the Eclipse plug-in.
How to use the Experience Manager Template Editor.
How to use the new Experience Manager Core Components.
How to overlay Core Components.
Create an advanced Experience Manager component that renders markup with HTL (Sightly) and work with the underlying logic with Sling models.
This article will be released sometime in May 2017.
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