Multiple errors while validating asset
One such example might be triggering Mix on your production server.
Brand Portal supports integration with AEM Assets to have approved brand assets seamlessly ingested (or published) from AEM Assets author instance.
Laravel Mix provides a fluent API for defining Webpack build steps for your Laravel application using several common CSS and Java Script pre-processors.
Through simple method chaining, you can fluently define your asset pipeline.
This will give you instant feedback, as to whether the compilation was successful or not.
However, there may be instances when you'd prefer to disable these notifications.
Before triggering Mix, you must first ensure that and NPM are installed on your machine.
By default, Laravel Homestead includes everything you need; however, if you aren't using Vagrant, then you can easily install the latest version of Node and NPM using simple graphical installers from their download page. Within a fresh installation of Laravel, you'll find a file is your entry point for all asset compilation.
First, install the desired plug-in through NPM and then reference it in your calls within your stylesheets.
The Post CSS, a powerful tool for transforming your CSS, is included with Laravel Mix out of the box.
By default, Mix leverages the popular Autoprefixer plug-in to automatically apply all necessary CSS3 vendor prefixes.
There is no need to create a new application, rather just the public key needs to be updated from the newly created cloud config.
If on https://legacy-oauth.cloud.adobe.io/, all the orgs (tenants) for which the current users hold system administrator are listed.
If not, re-edit the service.-replication) doesn't have the latest private key, and hence publish fails with "401 unauthorized" and no other error is reported in replication agent logs.