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At Cognizant Netcentric we value open source and encourage everyone internally and externally to contribute to our projects.Checkout our repos
We have a long list of open source projects
Rights and roles management for AEM made easy
A style guide for the HTML Template Language (HTL), the templating language use by the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM).
Jackrabbit FileVault Install Hook to perform additional actions during package installation
All-in-one solution for modern Frontend projects, with special focus on AEM (Adobe Experience Manager)
Pickaxe is a fast and customizable security scan library which simplifies security testing for web applications like Adobe Experience Manager or API services. It can be plugged into a maven build to execute build-in checks or custom user provided security checks. Custom security checks can be defined via YAML files or a groovy based DSL.
Elastic AEM instances made easy.
Allows to migrate an AEM 6.4/6.5 instance to Felix Health Checks
Netcentric’s coding and style rules for Stylelint
Jackrabbit FileVault Validator and classification maps for AEM Content Classification
CloudFormation framework for AWS based project infrastructure
A short demo repository of how to create a Jenkins Pipeline for a Sling project using Docker images for build and test.
Grabbit - Fast Content Sync tool for AEM/CQ
Deploy to servers/run scripts on servers via http
Provides a CND file with all Node Types and Namespaces defined in AEM
Jackrabbit FileVault validator which verifies that a package complies with the AEM as a Cloud Service deployment restrictions outlined at https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/cloud-service/debugging/debugging-aem-as-a-cloud-service/build-and-deployment.html
Copy of the Sling Sample Application Slingshot to be used in our Jenkins Pipeline Demo. To reduce disk size and time for an initial clone by Jenkins, this has been created as thin copy rather than a fork.
AEM Core WCM Components
Puppet module for managing AEM Installations.
Updates and milestones of our open source projects