Learn how to use AEM’s Content Fragments to design, create, curate, and use page-independent content for headless delivery.
Now that you have created an assets folder where you can store your Content Fragments, you can now create the fragments!
Content Fragments allow you to design, create, curate, and publish page-independent content. They allow you to prepare content ready for use in multiple locations and over multiple channels.
Content fragments contain structured content and can be delivered in JSON format.
Content authors will create any number of Content Fragments to represent the content that they create. This is their main task in AEM. For the purposes of this getting started guide, we will only need to create one.
Log into AEM as a Cloud Service and from the main menu select Navigation -> Content Fragments.
Tap or click the folder you created previously.
Tap or click Create.
The creation of a Content Fragment is presented as a dialog.
Select the location and model you wish to use to create your content fragment.
Add the Title, Name, and if required, Description.
Tap or click Create or Create and open.
Content Fragments can reference other Content Fragments, allowing for a nested content structure if necessary.
Content Fragments can also reference other assets in AEM. These assets need to be stored in AEM before creating a referencing Content Fragment.
Now that you have created a Content Fragment, you can move on to the final part of the getting started guide and create API requests to access and deliver content fragments.
For complete details about managing Content Fragments, see the Content Fragments documentation