Adobe Experience Manager or AEM is Adobe's market leading web content management and digital marketing platform. This course is ideal for backend developers and focuses on developing services, servlets, and jobs in AEM.
Adobe Experience Manager or AEM is Adobe's market leading web content management and digital marketing platform. In this course, Extending AEM Foundations, you'll learn about the fundamental concepts and architecture of AEM. Then, you'll explore installing AEM and the developer tools and configuring AEM. Finally, you'll learn about developing services, servlets, and jobs in AEM. By the end of this course, you'll have a good understanding of how to develop backend code on the AEM platform.
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Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Dan Klco, and welcome to my course, Extending AEM Foundations. I am the Adobe Marketing Cloud technical director and architect at Perficient, and a PMC member of Apache Sling, one of the foundational technologies for AEM, and one of the topics you will learn about in this course. Adobe Experience Manager, or AEM as it's commonly called, is Gartner's market-leading WCM product seven years running. This course is a quick introduction for developing on the AEM platform. It is especially appropriate for backend developers with Java experience, though no previous AEM development experience is required. Some of the major topics that we will cover during this course are the fundamental concepts and architecture of AEM, installing AEM and the developer tools associated with it, configuring AEM, developing services in AEM, and developing servlets and jobs in AEM. By the end of this course, you'll have a good understanding of how to develop backend code on the AEM platform. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Java and XML. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into AEM with courses on AEM Component Development, AEM Workflows, and AEM Administration. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn backend AEM development with the Extending AEM Foundations course at Pluralsight.