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CQ Gems

September 10, 2014 - October 01, 2014


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Delivering Managed Content to your Native Apps ›

How to deploy Adobe Analytics on a local AEM instance by using the Dynamic Tag Management cloud service ›


DESCRIPTION

CQ Gems on Adobe Experience Manager is a series of technical deep dives delivered by Adobe experts. Register today for a deep-dive session on CQ. These one hour Webinar sessions offer product demonstrations, technical information followed by Q&A.

TOPICS

Social Component Framework in AEM 6
August 13th at 8:00 am PST | 4:00 pm GMT (convert to your time zone)

Presented by:

Siddharth Palaniswami – Sr. Software Engineering Lead

The Social Component Framework (SCF) is available as a featurepack for CQ 5.6.1 and shipped with AEM 6.0. SCF provides a way to build web and mobile applications that use a hybrid of server rendering to allow search engine optimization of content along with client rendering to avoid page refreshes and provide rich in-page experiences. The same template is used for both client and server rendering, providing assurance that the experience is consistent independent of which rendering is used. Well-defined endpoints allow effective caching of pages, templates and json data, and provide clear extensibility patterns for customers to insert their own client and server logic. This session will cover how to use and extend SCF, and provide information on the documentation and cookbooks available.


AEM Developer Tools for Eclipse
August 20th at 8:00 am PST | 4:00 pm GMT (convert to your time zone)

Presented by:

Stefan Egli - Developer

The AEM Developer Tools for Eclipse is a set of Eclipse plugins aimed at making AEM application development easier, more straight forward and aligned with best-practices. Based on two new project facades - one for OSGi bundles and one for JCR content – it allows seamless and iterative synchronization between Eclipse and AEM instances. It comes with a Content Browser which allows displaying and editing of FileVault-formatted content. Last but not least, it contains a sample, multi-module, maven-based project that can be used for bootstrapping a project setup.


Delivering Managed Content to your Native Apps
September 10th at 8:00 am PST | 4:00 pm GMT (convert to your time zone)

Presented by:

Anthony Rumsey – Computer Scientist, Adobe

While you may not be in a position to move completely to the use of web technologies and cross-platform development provided by PhoneGap Enterprise, it is still possible to leverage the power of AEM by adding web content directly into your existing native apps. This session will cover in detail how content created with AEM apps can then be integrated with an existing Android app. Once integrated into the native app the AEM content can be updated without any further native development being required and it can communicate with the rest of the native application.


How to deploy Adobe Analytics on a local AEM instance by using the Dynamic Tag Management cloud service
October 1st at 8:00 am PST | 4:00 pm GMT (convert to your time zone)

Presented by:

Sandro Looser – Solution Architect, Adobe

AEM 6 comes with a cloud service for Dynamic Tag Management (DTM), Adobe’s recommended way of deploying Adobe Analytics (and other solutions of the Marketing Cloud) on a website. Learn how to connect even a local AEM instance with the DTM service, and to send any desired usage data to Adobe Analytics.

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What Do You Need to Participate?
Online live webinars are scheduled events simulcast over the web via Adobe Connect. You'll need a computer with a browser (do not use Safari at this time), Adobe Flash player and Internet connection. Voice-Over IP will broadcast audio over your computer speakers. To register you need your Adobe.com membership login and password. If you need to create a membership, or do not remember your login and password, please go to the Adobe.com membership page.

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Note: There is limited capacity in the webinars, so if a session fills up, a recording will be available on adobe.com/events.