AEM Edge Delivery Services — AEM Authored Content

Albin Issac
Tech Learnings
Published in
8 min readJun 2, 2024

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Most of you might have already heard about AEM Edge Delivery Services. Edge Delivery Services (EDS) is a set of composable services designed to enhance the capabilities of Adobe Experience Manager, along with expanded content authoring functionalities.

EDS significantly improves website performance, shortens development processes, democratizes authoring at scale, and enables real-time experimentation to drive better engagement. When you hear EDS, the first assumption might be authoring content through known tools like SharePoint and Google Docs. However, EDS also supports authoring content in AEM through the Universal Editor. By using EDS blocks, similar to how you would author content in Google Docs or SharePoint, EDS renders AEM authored content directly to the website.

In this post, let’s explore some details on authoring EDS-supported content in AEM.

As you all know, Edge Delivery Services (EDS) supports authoring content through SharePoint documents and Google Docs, and EDS renders this content on the website in a way that achieves high Core Web Vitals (CWV) scores.

Additionally, content for EDS can be authored through AEM. While the traditional Page Editor and Core Component-based content can be used, this requires an external converter to transform the traditional HTML into…

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Albin Issac
Tech Learnings

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