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  • Send Emails Populated With Form Data
    This project gives an example of how you can use forms. It also shows how you can send emails (that are populated with form data) from an AEK project. The corresponding GitHub project to this blog can be found here. Use Case ExamplesFeedback formIncident reportSimple surveyReport a problemRequest informationInformation About Sending EmailsYou can change who the email…

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    Simple Routing Example
    This blog discusses the router, which can be used to set up multiple pages within an AEK tile. The corresponding GitHub project to this blog can be found here. File Guidesetup-routes.js - This shows how you can set up multiple routes and associate them with pages/screens within your AEK project. The "path" prop is set to define…

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    Passing Parameters to the AEK from App Builder
    The aim of this blog is to give a guide on how to pass useful values from the App Builder into an AEK integration. This topic assumes you’re already familiar with: How to create and publish AEK menu options How to create and deploy AEK projects If you’re not, please review these pages: Creating and…

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    New Portal View and AEK Full Screen
    campusM has released a new portal view display option for browser viewing. This new release gives institutions the ability to provide a more portal oriented experience for their users. The new portal view is easy to configure and offers personalization for users. In tandem with the new portal view, AEK projects can be used to…

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    Weather Tile Using Geolocation
    This project shows an example of a tile that collects weather data based on the user's location and shows the forecast. The tile collects the user's location information (once they have allowed it) and uses that to pull weather information from the MetaWeather API. The API only shows information for a certain set of cities…

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    My Experience as a Student Developer Using the AEK Before Joining Ex Libris
    Background Before I joined Ex Libris, I attended the University of Montana. I used the campusM app (UMontana app) every day as a student to check my grades, look up my assignments, check when the bus would be at my stop next, etc. I also worked as a student developer, influencing and building the services…

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    Basic AEK Project Directory Walk-Through
    This blog will walk you through the directory of a basic AEK project, describing what each part does. A screenshot of a basic AEK project is also included for clarity. The tables below include descriptions of what is included in the root of the project, the docs folder, and the src folder. Tree of a…

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    Events Planner
    Planner allows the universty to generate a feed of Events that a Student can attend. A student can then add this to my planner to be stored and referenced later. A copy of the code base is here to get you started. Exlib Planner - GitHub This version of the code is read only. To make this…

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    Image Picker
    The Image picker example allows you to see how the Image Picker works. We are using a form to send this information to a Email address Destination email should be changed in the main.jsx file Form fields can be customised as well as the look and feel if needed. The example also has hard coded…

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    Simple QR Reader
    This project allows you to work with QR codes to launch links to information for students and other directly from a campusM app.  This can be especially useful during an open day/open house or in buildings around campus. A user can scan a QR code with their device, launching the underlying information. Alternatively, desktop user…

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