Dialogs are the key component to authoring digital experiences with Adobe Experience Manager. This course will teach you to build custom AEM dialogs, including Granite UI, dialog node structure, input validation, and tracing input back to AEM's JCR.
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Course Overview Hello everyone. My name is Tyler Maynard and welcome to my course, Advanced AEM Dialogs with Granite UI. I am an AEM solutions engineer at Hoodoo Digital. AEM's dialogs are the key component to authoring digital experiences and empowering content marketing teams. In this course we will focus on building intuitive AEM dialogs and learn how to leverage their underlying framework, Granite UI. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: Granite UI's role on the server and the client, the dialog node structure, pre-populating dialog content, and creating dynamic content with data source. By the end of this course you'll know how to utilize Granite UI to build custom AEM dialogs to tackle any business objective. Before beginning this course you should be familiar with building an AEM project from source code to an AEM instance. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Granite UI and AEM dialog development with the Advanced AEM Dialogs with Granite UI course here at Pluralsight.