In this tutorial, we'll learn how to use Adobe Experience Manager to create a basic website. We will not only utilize out of the box functionality and features but we will also create our own custom pages, templates, and components. Software required: Adobe Experience Manager 6.1, Brackets, Maven, Java JDK8.
Joe works as the Manager of Digital Consulting Services at UDig and also owns his own company, Blindsheeps. He's worked with the SEC, Army, and Navy on Technical Architecture and User Experience Efforts.
Introduction and Project Overview Hi, everyone. My name's Joe DeVito. I'm a solutions architect and the lead UX developer at Booz Allen Hamilton. My latest work was an infrastrcture and website standup using Adobe Experience Manager for an external-facing product for our strategic innovation group. In this course, we're going to learn how to set up a default Adobe Experience Manager instance and put together a basic site using out-of-the-box tools, as well as some custom code and components that we will write. Some of the key takeaways from watching this course include how to set the Standard AM Instance, create a template from scratch, create and use components, and use Offering to develop these components into simple pages. By the end of this training, you will know the basics of how to work with adobe Experience Manager and set up a basic site. I'm excited to welcome new people into the Adobe Experience Manager family, so let's get started with the first lesson.