Exploring the Sling Feature Model: Part 3 – Custom Aggregates
How does converting from Sling Provisioning Model to Sling Feature Model apply to your custom applications? Let’s convert the author's personal site to find out
In the first post of the Exploring the Sling Feature Model series, I discussed the process of converting the Sling CMS app from the Sling Provisioning Model to the Sling Feature Model. So how does this apply to your custom applications?
To illustrate, let’s convert my personal site, danklco.com, which is currently managed via Sling CMS, to the Feature Model.
It’s worth noting that I could keep running my site the way it is, by using a pre-built Sling CMS Runnable Jar, but that my goal is to run my site in Kubernetes for simplicity of upgrades, deployment, and management.
Author: Dan Klco
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