With this post, I am concluding the first learning series on Adobe Experience Manager. The idea is to provide you with a head start if you are new to AEM. I hope it will also help you with the basic concepts if you plan to appear for Adobe Certified Exam (ACE) on AEM component development.
There are 20 blog posts, most of them are associated with a video of 5 to 8 minutes duration. You need to have an AEM install to try out the demos. I have provided you with the sample packages in my GitHub account. In each post, I have specified the package that you need to use. Note that you basically need to install the packages one after another.
Here is a quick overview of the posts:
- Why do you need Adobe Experience Manager?
- Let us start Adobe Experience Manager
- Seeing is believing: Explore the AEM installation directory
- Adobe Experience Manager authors, and their templates, and components
- Introduction to AEM developers, and their templates and components
- Create the first AEM template
- Summary – Create templates and use packages
- Add the Parsys component to template
- Enable components in the Components tab
- Apply a design to the AEM Sightly template
- Summary: Your first Sightly template
- Create your first Sightly component (YouTube component !!!)
- Create Adobe Experience Manager dialogs (Add a dialog to the YouTube component)
- Get data from a dialog using Sightly (Get a custom URL for the YouTube component)
- Add a touch-optimized dialog (for the YouTube component)
- Create a design dialog (for the YouTube component)
- Learn about Edit Config nodes
- The AEM – Sling connection simplified
- AEM and OSGi
- Access Client-Side Libraries