- The Toolkit supports an automatic and extendable generation of UI elements for AEM authors
- It will work with AEM 6.4 and on JDK 1.8+ in any operating system
According to a report by Aithority, digital software engineering solutions provider Exadel has made open source project Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Authoring Toolkit available. The AEM Authoring Toolkit will be available as a packaged, fully supported solution to Exadel’s enterprise clients and as an open source tool for the community.
As per the report, the Toolkit supports an automatic and extendable generation of UI elements for AEM authors. It also gives next-gen authoring experience in Adobe’s Coral UI-powered environment. The Toolkit has been developed and maintained by the Exadel digital marketing technology team.
Work on AEM 6.4 and on JDK 1.8+ in any operating system
The report said that the AEM Authoring Toolkit will generate AEM components dialogs and in-place editing facilities based on annotations added to backend Java classes. It will also provide relief to AEM developers from writing down the complex XML markup for the authoring interface which will prevent the creation of difficult to trace errors. The report said that the Toolkit will work with AEM 6.4 and on JDK 1.8+ in any operating system. The company has also developed other open source projects like Exadel Developer and Exadel RichFaces.