A look at Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 Sites
Attending Adobe Summit is a great way to learn more about where Adobe is expanding its set of tools and Solutions, network with other professionals, and immerse yourself in the growing world of enterprise marketing technologies. One of Adobe’s expanded tools is Sites. I’ve written about Sites before, and you can read up on what Sites is and does here. As with years past, I was able to attend the breakout session of new features for AEM 6.3 Sites titled “Adobe Experience Manager Sites: Top 10 Innovations”. In this session, Irina Guseva and Cedric Huesler from Adobe discussed some of the most notable changes for AEM Sites. I wrote up a summary of these new features for our sister site, AEMPodcast.com, along with some commentary from myself about each item. Some of the features you can expect to see in the latest version include: updated Content Fragments with increased functionality, Core Components, Experience Fragments, a new inbox and calendar interface—for working with tasks in your Projects view, and much more.
These new features of AEM 6.3 Sites will continue to offer new tools to help marketers create meaningful experiences on the web. Subscribe to this blog for more Adobe Experience Manager information and articles.
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