Versions: Jahia 8 | Jahia 7.3 | Legacy
Introducing Jahia technical concepts
A technical overview of Jahia, the web and back-end layers, and Jahia and OSGi. Also find out about embedded frameworks, internationalization settings, and Developer Tools.
Get what you need to develop your own Jahia modules, from simple to advanced modules
Working with our APIs
Get familiar with our APIs, and learn how to make the most of the GraphQL API. The GraphQL API is useful for interacting with content when working on your headless project. Learn about using tokens instead of credentials to make calls to Jahia APIs.
Creating content types and choicelist initializers
Learn how to create the content types and choicelist initializers that Jahia users add to pages on their sites
Rendering pages and content
Find out about the rendering of pages (templating) and content (using views), and how to handle cache properly. Also learn about using Studio and Jahia Starter Templates.
Extending and customizing Jahia UI
Learn about the various possibilities of extending and customizing the Jahia interface
- First steps
- Jahia UI Under the hood
- Understanding UI extension projects
- Understanding Jahia's component registry
- Adding settings pages
- Adding UI Actions
- Extending jContent UI
- Customizing jContent
- Customizing Content Editor forms
- Customizing Content Editor pickers
- Extending Content Editor UI
- Creating custom selector types for Content Editor
- Using Content Editor from a custom UI
- Configuring and customizing CKEditor
- Integrating non-ReactJS UI screens
Leveraging Jahia frontend capabilities
Find out how to enable contextual editing of an SPA
Leveraging Jahia backend capabilities
Discover the External Data Provider (EDP) module, advanced user and group administration, how to create rules and listeners, and advanced permission and roles concepts
Find out more about autotagging images and using Cloudinary for cloud-based image management
Learn more about the the jExperience ecosystem and get started with your first environment.
Tracking and data layer
Learn about how to understand the data layer, enrich data collection or work with external sites.
- Using jExperience tracker with a tag manager
- Building and sending events with wem.js
- Understanding Jahia pages data layer (digitalData object)
- Understanding & enriching visitor profile data layer (cxs object)
- Tracking page views and events on external sites
- Tracking personalizations & AB Tests displays in Google Tag Manager
Jahia & jExperience
Learn about how to call the jExperience API, work with java services or deploy Unomi objects from your Jahia modules.
Analytics & Kibana
Discover how to package your dashboards in your jahia modules.
Learn about jCustomer and its relation to Apache Unomi.
Learn more about jExperience by following step-by-step tutorials
Forms architecture overview
Provides an overview of the architecture and design of Forms and describes form building, management, rendering, and analysis functionality.
Shows you how to create a custom theme and add global and directive callbacks to forms
Developing inputs and prefilled fields
Shows you how to create inputs, custom renderings for inputs, and prefilled fields
Creating validations for fields and actions
Shows you how to create field and action validations and logical conditions
Managing Forms settings
Shows you how to create a custom setting component and make it available in Form Factory settings
Developing and extending actions
Shows you how to create custom actions, email templates for Forms actions, and access files uploaded by form users
Managing form results
Show you how manage forms that users submit in Elasticsearch and migrate form results from JCR to Elasticsearch
Augmented Search overview
Augmented Search provides powerful search functionalities for Jahia, this section of the documentation provides an overview of the architecture as well as pointers to get started quickly. Each new release changelog is available in the release notes page.
At its core, Augmented Search is a GraphQL API, this section of the documentation details all of the available features of the search API.
Using Augmented Search
Once data is indexed and available through our GraphQL API, the next step consists in implementing a front-end to allow end-users to search and navigate through results.