Adobe Experience Manager is an enterprise level content management system. This course teaches you the advanced methods for developing websites, including using AEM's responsive grid, advanced content component development, debugging, and testing.
At the core of advanced Adobe Experience Manger (AEM) development is a thorough knowledge of Apache Sling's Resource Merger, component development workflow, and debugging AEM resources. In this course, Develop Websites and Components in AEM Advanced, you'll learn the advanced techniques of being an AEM developer. First, you'll discover how to leverage AEM's responsive grid for authoring pages. Next, you'll delve into overlay out-of-the-box functionality, such as AEM's main navigation and 404 error handler. Finally, you'll explore tools for debugging and testing AEM components. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the necessary skill set to tackle advanced development challenges in Adobe Experience Manager. Software required: Adobe Experience Manager.
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Course Overview Adobe Experience Manager is a content manager system designed for the enterprise to create, manage and deliver digital experiences. This course picks up exactly where the Develop Websites and Components in AEM course left off. In this course we're going to talk about AEM's responsive grid, which enables authors to drag components onto a page, overlaying out-of-the-box functionality like the main menu system, localizing content for multiple languages, building advanced content components, and using AEM to debug and test pages. By the end of this course you'll be able to create advanced AEM components that take advantage of sling selectors and custom dialogs that can be dragged directly onto a page in AEM. Before beginning the course, you should've taken the course, Develop Websites and Components in AEM here at Pluralsight to understand concepts like Apache Sling and the JCR. I hope you'll join me on this level-up journey to learn advanced AEM development with the Develop Websites and Components in AEM Advanced course here at Pluralsight.