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 Lazybones.
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 Lazybones.
  •     Setup the project using the Eclipse plug-in.
  •     How to use the Experience Manager Template Editor.
  •     How to set policies for Templates and Components. 
  •     How to create a Page based on the template in the Touch UI.



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