Fundamentals of Building from Projects in AEM
This course will teach you how to build and debug Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) packages and how you can use them to import and export content to and from AEM's Java Content Repository (JCR.) Software required: Adobe Experience Manager, Maven.
What you'll learn
Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is regarded as the leading commercial Web Content Manager (WCM.) At the core of becoming an AEM developer is a thorough understanding of AEM's content packages. In this course, Fundamentals of Building from Projects in AEM, you'll learn how to build AEM packages and how they import and export content from AEM's Java Content Repository (JCR.) First, you'll explore the development lifecycle for creating packages for AEM. Next, you'll discover how you can work on content and code in a file system, like your computer, and how we map that content inside the JCR. Finally, you'll learn how to use Maven to generate AEM packages. When you're finished with this course, you'll have a foundational knowledge of AEM packages that will help as you master AEM development. Software required: Adobe Experience Manager, Maven.
Table of contents
- IDE Basics - Loading and Configuring 1m
- Loading and Configuring an AEM Project with Eclipse 8m
- Loading and Configuring an AEM Project with IntelliJ 6m
- Missing Dependencies in Archetype for AEM 6.2 6m
- Debugging Java in AEM 5m
- Debugging AEM with Eclipse 9m
- Debugging AEM with IntelliJ 5m
- AEM Developer Tools for Eclipse 4m
- AEM Perspective in AEM Developer Tools 3m
- Syncing Content with AEM Developer Tools 7m
- IntelliVault for IntelliJ 6m