CQ Development Team Server “In A Box” (Updated)

Posted in: Enterprise Java

I just finished publishing a new machine image that includes improvements to integrate to the new repo.adobe.com Maven repository, and to also deploy CQ as a service so that it will startup and shutdown with the operating system.

Check the details here:

http://cqblueprints.com/xwiki/bin/view/Blue+Prints/CQ+Development+Team+Server+%22In+A+Box%22

CQ Development Team Server “In A Box”

Posted in: System Administration

Just wrapped up a project with the Headwire team to create an example server environment for getting up and running with a new CQ project quickly. The server has all of the elements needed for a CQ development team like Subversion, Nexus and Jenkins already installed, configured and integrated. There are also instructions for setting up your CQ environment, including deploying the CQ binaries into Nexus and making them available to your Maven builds.

The server is packaged as an Open Virtualization Archive file, so you should be able to import it into most virtualization tools (VirtualBox, VMware etc).

Check out the documentation here:

http://www.cqblueprints.com/xwiki/bin/view/Blue+Prints/CQ+Development+Team+Server+%22In+A+Box%22

Using Nexus as a Maven Repository for Adobe CQ Team Development

Posted in: Enterprise Java

I just finished writing another Blueprint over on the CQ Blueprints site. This time I talk about how to go about setting up and using Nexus as your team’s Maven Repository when working with Adobe CQ (now Adobe ADEP / CEM).

Check it out here: http://www.cqblueprints.com/xwiki/bin/view/Blue+Prints/Using+Nexus+as+a+Maven+Repository+for+CQ+Team+Development