About Feike Visser
Feike Visser (@heervisscher) is an experienced consultant working in the EMEA-region. Feike has done live implementations at large enterprises like NATO, BBC, Philips, Deutsche Bank, HMRC, HSBC.
In this blogpost I want to give you an overview of my favourite CQ5 util classes.
Some of these classes might already be known to you, hopefull you will find a new one that will help you during your CQ5 development work.
With every class I will give a small code example on how you can use it.
When you place a new component onto your page, then by default you have a context menu that allows you to edit/delete etc the component.
In this blogpost I will explain you how to add some custom text into the context menu in order to identify your custom component more easily.
When you are beginning with the integration of AEM and Adobe Test&Target you may run into your first issue how to find the client-code when you are configuring the connection.
This small blogpost will show you how to find it.
In this blogpost I want to show you some code around a new way you can change resources via the ResourceResolver
In this blogpost I want you to show you an example of the custom node type cq:PollConfig. This can be used to import data at a certain interval, or to do other actions that are interval based.
Instead of writing custom code to fire events, I will show you an example whereby an Importer is called from the CQ-container.
This blogpost is about how to use the default rich-text-component for all the style requirements you have in your project. Quite a lot of times you see that new components are created to meet a certain style requirement, but if you take a step back it is just a Text-component with some extra styling.
In this article I will give you some examples on how to use the ValueMap functionality in your CQ5 application.
And I will introduce two good friends of the ValueMap that are really useful.
In this blogpost I will go through the basic functionality that the ClientLibraryFolder offers, and how you can utilize that with the <cq:includeClientLib /> tag.
This blogpost will cover concepts on how to design templates and to utilize the maximum out of Adobe CQ5 and Sling.
I will do this based on a basic example and start from scratch using CRXDE Lite.
The content-finder is a great tool that makes life easier for the content authors.
But sometimes you have a situation whereby you don't really need the content-finder for a set of pages and want to open the page without the content-finder.
I will explain in this blogpost how to disable the content-finder for certain pages.