extension ExtPose

Chrome AEM Plugin

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Plugin to save time debugging as an AEM developer.

Image from store Chrome AEM Plugin
Description from store While developing an AEM application, it can be frustrating to have to switch between CRX/DE, the sites console (Touch UI) and a preview of the page. This extension provides a handy way of switching to one of these views, without having to meddle with the URL yourself. Set-up: - In the extension options, you can add a mapping for a domain to its IP. This could be necessary, because access to CRX/DE may be blocked on dispatcher level. - You can add as many mappings as you want. - The mappings are ONLY stored locally, and are not saved/gathered by the extension in any way. What's new in version 1.3.0? - Added the possibility to open the current page's properties (in a new tab!). The standard shortcut is Alt + Shift + P, but this can be customised however you like! - Feedback or suggestions? Just drop an e-mail to [email protected]! - Like the plugin? Be sure to leave a review ;) ___________________________ What's new in version 1.2.1? - Fixed a bug where the labels for customising the shortcuts were all the same, which can be confusing :) - You can customise the shortcuts by going to chrome://extensions and then selecting "Keyboard Shortcuts" from the hamburger menu on the left. What's new in version 1.2.0? - A new look! Because who doesn't like a makeover? - Shortcuts! Use the following shortcuts so you don't even have to open the extension: * Alt+Shift+C: Open in CRX * Alt+Shift+D: Open in Preview (wcmmode=disabled) * Alt+Shift+S: Open in Sites This extension is NOT affiliated with, funded, or in any way associated with Adobe®️ or Adobe Experience Manager®️.

Latest reviews

  • (2018-04-03) Jannick Tierens: Very usefull! It speeds up the development process and removes time switching between modes


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5.0 (2 votes)
Last update / version
2019-07-30 / 1.3.0
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