Come learn about Re-usable AEM Custom Template System for Site Creation

Mark Randall, Director of Digital Shared Services, Kaiser Permanente, will speak on rapid deployment of publishing new websites on an enterprise scale. Rethinking the KP way of bringing on external and intranet sites to the AEM platform and allowing KP businesses to author and maintain their own sites with KP brand approved templates and components.

 

MEETUP DETAILS

Date: July 26, 2017

Time: 7pm to 9pm

Location: Adobe SF Office

601 Townsend, San Francisco, CA (map)

Apply front-end tips on your next project: Creating modular JavaScript in AEM using Webpack

AEM’s out-of-the-box tools can’t keep up with the rapidly advancing frontend world. And that slows you down. Kevin Weber, Senior Frontend Engineer at Infield Digital, shares their proven approach promoting modular and reusable code. This talk highlights key ideas, how your team will benefit from state-of-the-art JavaScript, and how it smoothly fits into AEM.

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The goal of SF-AEM is to give the community a forum to exchange ideas and interact in an informal atmosphere. The group is open to all AEM users regardless of level or background and we are hoping to touch on a variety of topics relevant to authors, developers and business. Here is a tentative schedule:


Agenda

6:45 – Pizza

7:00 – Welcome Presentations to follow.

7:15 – Re-usable AEM Custom Template System for Site Creation – Mark Randall, Director, Digital Shared Services, Kaiser Permanente

8:00 – Modular JavaScript in AEM using Webpack – Kevin Weber, Senior Frontend Engineer at Infield Digital

8:30 – Open discussion and hang out.

8:45 – Closing – Discuss next meeting topics & date.

Presentations will be 10-30 minutes with a few minutes for questions.