Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Getting Started with Adobe Experience Manager 6.1 Apps

You can create a mobile application using a mobile JavaScript framework, such  as the ionic framework, and then import the mobile application into Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) 6.1. For information, see Ionic Framework.

Import the mobile application by dragging and dropping the mobile app from your file system into AEM, as shown in the following illustration.

Once imported into AEM, the mobile application becomes an AEM application and can use AEM functionality, such as the AEM DAM and AEM authoring capabilities. This development article walks you through how to build a basic Ionic mobile application, import it into AEM, and then configure it so it becomes an AEM application that can be authored, like other AEM content.

To read this development article, click   https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/aem61_apps.html.

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