Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is an enterprise-grade web content management system with a wide array of powerful features.
With AEM people in your organization can:
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Adobe Experience Manager 6.2 is an upgrade release to the Adobe Experience Manager 6.1 code base. It provides new and enhanced functionality, key customer fixes, high priority customer enhancements and general bug fixes oriented toward product stabilization. It also includes all Adobe Experience Manager 6.1 feature pack, hot fix, and service pack releases.
Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 is an upgrade release to the Adobe Experience Manager 6.2 code base. It provides new and enhanced functionality, key customer fixes, high priority customer enhancements and general bug fixes oriented toward product stabilization. It also includes all Adobe Experience Manager 6.2 feature pack, hot fix, and service pack releases.
Oak Segment Tar File Format: A new TarMK format for optimized runtime and maintenance performance. It claims to perform better than the previous TarMK format and also fully supports online revision cleanups. This last point should be music to the ears of anyone who has worked on cloud automation with AEM. There will no longer be a need to shutdown an instance to perform a repository compaction and it is now scheduled to run frequently as part of the maintenance tasks.
The AEM Sites Activity Map integration introduced in AEM 6.3 allows the Adobe Analytics Activity Map to expose analytics data directly on the the AEM Sites page, enabling AEM Authors to understand how their pages are engaged with down to the link. more
Increased productivity with faster workflow-related tasks and ability to process multiple items in one click.
Sling Model Exporter was introduced in Sling Models v1.3.0. This new feature allows new annotations to be added to Sling Models that define how the Model can be exported as JSON.
To attach the exporter framework to a Sling model, define a resourceType using the @Model annotation and use the @Exporter annotation to specify the Jackson exporter along with the Sling extension (and optionally the selectors). It is also possible to make use of Jackson annotations to alter the JSON representation of the model.
Adobe acquired Livefyre back in May 2016 and has now integrated it within Adobe Experience Manager as a set of components along with a user-generated content ingestion & moderation console. Once a Livefyre cloud service configuration is setup, it allows content authors to add components (located under /libs/social/integrations/livefyre/components ) on a page to surface user generated content from social media like Twitter and Instagram. The combination of traditional branded experiences and social media content will prove to be an effective way to drive engagement with customers. The use of Livefyre does require a separate Assets and Livefyre license but does not require a Communities license. more
Content Fragments allow working on text based content out-side the context of an experience. With AEM 6.3 the variations capability, that allows keeping flavors of the content in one place, was extended with the ability to propagate changes made in the original copy to the variations using the Sync feature. Further, to help shorten text, a Summarize feature was added, that leverages extractive summarization to recommend sentences that could possibility be removed. morePlease find below some of the important links/features/references related to AEM 6.3.