Created

May 30, 2014

AEM6 Maven dependencies simplicity

Posted by Feike Visser

Normally when a new version of CQ/AEM is released then you always have to go through the process around what Maven dependencies you have to upgrade etc.

With AEM6 this has become a lot simpler!

Now with AEM6 there is just one big Maven dependency that you need to add to your project, and you are good to go!


	com.adobe.aem
	aem-api
	6.0.0.1
	provided

Comment from @DrewGlass :

"This is not specific to Maven. It can be used with any build tool. In Gradle, it would be:

com.adobe.aem:aem-api:6.0.0.1"

 

Enjoy!

@heervisscher

COMMENTS

  • By Konrad Windszus - 5:00 PM on Jun 03, 2014   Reply
    What about TLDs? Those are necessary to allow the IDE to validate tags within JSPs.
    • By catering jakarta selatan - 9:14 PM on Jun 08, 2014   Reply
      i really to say nice tools from adobe. i like it.
      • By contact telephone numbers - 6:06 AM on Jun 16, 2014   Reply
        Normally when a new version of CQ/AEM is released then you always have to go through the process around what Maven dependencies you have to upgrade etc
    • By Matthew Sullivan - 6:51 PM on Jun 05, 2014   Reply
      I think these are case sensitive, groupId, and artifactId...

      <dependency>
      <groupId>com.adobe.aem</groupId>
      <artifactId>aem-api</artifactId>
      <version>6.0.0.1</version>
      <scope>provided</scope>
      </dependency>
      • By photowonder - 12:07 AM on Jun 09, 2014   Reply
        thank
        • By máy phát điện - 2:44 AM on Jun 13, 2014   Reply
          New version of CQ / AEM is whacked, and was upgraded to improve
          • By giấy phép trang tin điện tử - 2:46 AM on Jun 13, 2014   Reply
            CQ is a new version of the upgrade will improve the best for everyone, and always improving technology, thanks adobe connected.
            • By cao bi dao - 2:56 AM on Jun 13, 2014   Reply
              I think this is the best case improvement of groupId and artifactId
              • By rut ham cau - 2:59 AM on Jun 13, 2014   Reply
                I really like the new version of CQ / AEM because quite strong, and has been upgraded to improve the best, thanks very much adobe
                • By vay von ngan hang mua o to - 11:02 AM on Jul 26, 2014   Reply
                  dependency>
                  <groupid>com.adobe.aem</groupid>
                  <artifactid>aem-api</artifactid>
                  <version>6.0.0.1</version>
                  <scope>provided</scope>
                  </dependency>

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