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  • Working with AEK and campusM token-based authentication
    A bit longer than the usual post, this will describe how to work with your local AEK development environment and invoke token-based campusM authentication in your AEK projects. If you are not sure if your campusM environment and profiles are setup with token-based authentication, please ask your campusM support or project team contact. Useful Links…

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    Getting user roles within the AEK
    The AEK has several hooks into the native apps at its disposal, but a common request - especially from customers with RoleSync - is how to get some kind of information about the content a user has access to. This is done by retrieving the roles associated with that user, which we can get via…

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    Twig and ECT files in the AEK
    JavaScript, CSS, React, these are all phrases that are recognised by web developers. The file formats that are used for the server-side structure of the AEK are a bit more obscure. This post aims to explain a little bit about them and give some best practises on what they can be used for. What is…

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    External Links from within the AEK
    Often when building an AEK screen you'll want to link outside of the AEK screen you're working on. Whether that's another AEK screen, or even outside of the app completely, it's good practise to make sure the URL is encoded correctly to avoid complications across the wide range of devices and browsers your links can…

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