Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Working with Experience Fragments and the Experience Manager ContextHub

When working with Adobe Experience Manager ContextHub and Personalization use cases, you can use Experience fragments to change the content that is displayed. Experience Fragments is a new feature introduced in AEM 6.3. It allows content authors to reuse content across channels including Sites pages and 3rd party systems. For more information, see Using AEM Experience Fragments.

Using Experience Fragments, you can display content based on the audiences. For example, some users may see this content:

While others may see this content. 

This development article walks you through how to use experience fragments when using the ContextHub, 

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