G Suite subscription has been suspended | Resolved

Today while trying to access my email account, it showed “your G Suite subscription has been suspended by your reseller”. A quick google search on the issue will result to https://support.google.com/domains/answer/7687418?hl=en .which mentions the issue due to a failed payment of G Suite subscription even after multiple email reminders to customer. The email sent to customer sometimes get ignored or missed, resulting in suspended G … Continue reading G Suite subscription has been suspended | Resolved

Jiomeet | Jio’s answer to Zoom woes

With recent data risk allegations on Chinese apps in Indian market and ongoing security issues with Zoom, it could not have been a better time to come out with a Zoom platform alternative. Jiomeet is best suited alternative to Zoom woes. With a caveat of getting called as Zoom copy, Jiomeet UI is remarkably similar to Zoom making transition from Zoom to Jiomeet a breeze. … Continue reading Jiomeet | Jio’s answer to Zoom woes

Chrome | Global media controls | PIP | Picture In Picture

While browsing through youtube, I noticed a very small but useful feature of chrome which is “Global Media Controls” which as name suggests is used to control media on a webpage. It helps you to continue watching your video in a movable , smaller screen while you work on any other application or browser tab. Note, you can easily resize the PIP player by stretching … Continue reading Chrome | Global media controls | PIP | Picture In Picture

Git | Branch naming and commit message conventions

More often than not, a novice developer can create branch names and commit messages which is difficult to understand, making things harder to track for which story or defect a particular change or commit is done. Thus creating a bottleneck to understand and debug the issues in future iterations. In my projects, I follow the below rules while creating branches and in commit message formats. … Continue reading Git | Branch naming and commit message conventions

AEM 6.5 | Author | Exclude a url from authentication requirement

Exclude the servlet path in “Apache Sling Authentication Service AEM runmode : author Navigate to http://localhost:4502/system/console/configMgr and add servlet path to “Authentication Requirements” field , starting with “-“. As per “Authentication Requirements” field description :” Defines URL space subtrees which require or don’t require authentication. For any request the best matching path configured applies and defines whether authentication is actually required for the request or … Continue reading AEM 6.5 | Author | Exclude a url from authentication requirement

Code Repositories to watch for an AEM developer

One of the greatest way to learn code, is to learn from masters, from people who are actively engaged in development and coding.Here I am listing the repositories which an AEM developer can look into to refer code and to learn new coding patterns and enhancements in coding languages : https://github.com/Adobe-Consulting-Services/acs-aem-commons https://github.com/Adobe-Consulting-Services/acs-aem-tools https://github.com/adobe/aem-core-wcm-components https://github.com/Adobe-Consulting-Services/coding-standards https://github.com/gabrielwalt https://github.com/ahmed-musallam In no way this list is complete. I will … Continue reading Code Repositories to watch for an AEM developer

Simplest Way to start AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) Server in debug mode

Prerequisites : Steps: Open terminal and navigate to folder where aem jar is kept:Use command : java -jar AEM_6.5_Quickstart.jar -debug 30303Assuming 30303 is the port number used for debugging. On using above command, it should show “Listening for transport dt_socket at address: 30303”, confirming AEM server is now ready for debugging at debug port used, 30303 in this case. Connect AEM debug port to IntelliJ … Continue reading Simplest Way to start AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) Server in debug mode

Map “Google Domains” to “WordPress” hosted site | gotcha

Mentioning here few points where it took more time to figure out the mapping. Depending on your location, DNS changes may take up to 48 hours to take effect across the entire internet. Step#1 As mentioned here : https://wordpress.com/support/domains/map-existing-domain/ Sign in to Google Domains. Select the name of your domain. In the top left, click Menu DNS. Under “Name servers,” choose Use custom name servers. Enter the name server … Continue reading Map “Google Domains” to “WordPress” hosted site | gotcha