Thursday, 26 January 2017

Integrating the Angular2 framework into Adobe Experience Manager

You can integrate the Angular2 Framework into Adobe Experience Manager thereby enabling you to build components that take advantage of the Angular2 framework. The Angular2 framework is a popular JavaScript library that simplifies the creation of powerful components. For example, you can build components that contain visual effects, data grids that display information, user forms that capture information from end users, and so on. For more information about AngularJS, see

This Experience Manager community article walks you through how to build an AEM component using Angular2. To read this article, click

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  1. Any news about this article. I'm quite interesting to see it.


  2. Hello - did you publish this article, please let me know- we are starting something very similar. It will be a great help if we can get this article. Thanks.

    1. okay thanks a lot for update - will wait for your article.

  3. We are developing an angular2 application which need to be implemented with AEM to make the few contents editable. The problem we are facing is as in Angular2 component metadata the templateURL is taking a hardcoded relative path as string and not a dynamic one. Is there any way we can get the url from a JSON?

  4. Hi when is the article coming?Am trying something similar.