Develop Websites and Components in Adobe Experience Manager

by Tyler Maynard

Adobe Experience Manager is an enterprise level content management system. This course will teach you the basics for developing websites using AEM, including structure component development, understanding Apache Sling and the JCR, and using HTL.

What you'll learn

At the core of AEM development is a thorough knowledge of Apache Sling, AEM's Java Content Repository (JCR), and component node structure. In this course, Develop Websites and Components in AEM, you'll learn the basics of being an AEM developer. First, you'll discover how to build structure components using HTL. Next, you'll explore how AEM handles requests with Apache Sling. Finally, you'll learn how to leverage AEM's database, the Java Content Repository (JCR). When you're finished with this course, you'll have a foundational knowledge of AEM development that will help you as you move forward to mastering Adobe Experience Manager components and websites. Software required: Adobe Experience Manager.

About the author

Tyler Maynard is an AEM Developer, Entrepreneur and Adjunct Professor based out of Salt Lake City, UT. He got his start in Digital Media at as an Image Producer but over the years found his passion in development, design and UX, in no particular order. Whether he is teaching the local students about streams in Node.js or on-boarding developers to AEM's complex development lifecycle, he is always helping others find solutions through technology.

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