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Adobe Experience Manager Tutorial | AEM Community Blog Seeding

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Adobe Experience Manager Tutorial by CourseDrill

Abstract

Your constant search for the best material to gain end to end knowledge of Adobe Experience Manager ends here! We have designed this Adobe Experience Manager tutorial in a way to help the beginners to get started from the fundamental concepts and to gain an overall knowledge of this CMS platform. By the end of this AEM CQ5 tutorial, you will gain in-depth knowledge of all the major areas.

If you are a beginner and wish to build your career in a top CMS tool or you may already be working on AEM and wish to build advanced skills you, can check out our AEM Training. Without wasting much time let’s get into the adobe AEM tutorial.

Your constant search for the best material to gain end to end knowledge of Adobe Experience Manager ends here! We have designed this Adobe Experience Manager tutorial in a way to help the beginners to get started from the fundamental concepts and to gain an overall knowledge of this CMS platform. By the end of this AEM CQ5 tutorial, you will gain in-depth knowledge of all the major areas.

If you are a beginner and wish to build your career in a top CMS tool or you may already be working on AEM and wish to build advanced skills you, can check out our AEM 6.5 online Training. Without wasting much time let’s get into the adobe AEM tutorial.

AEM Architecture (AEM Technology Stack)
Here let’s discuss the various building blocks of AEM architecture. Following are the core building blocks of AEM Technology:

Java Runtime Environment (JRE)
Granite Platform
OSGi Framework
Java Content Repository (JCR)
Apache Sling
AEM Modules
Let’s discuss each of the above concepts in detail

Java Runtime Environment (JRE)
AEM is a java based web application and consists of jsps [Java Server Pages], jars, Java classes, servlets. As it works based on Java, it requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to function effectively.

Granite Platform
This is also one of the important aspects of the AEM technology stack and works as Adobe’s open web stack. Following are the various modules that the Granite platform consists of:

CQ Servlet Engine
CRX Content Repository
Sling Content Delivery
OSGi Framework
Let’s discuss each of the concepts in detail below.

1) CQ Servlet Engine
AEM needs an application server that is capable of supporting Java Servlet API 2.4 or updated versions. The software package of AEM is available in the following two forms:

Cq-quickstart.jar
Cq-quickstart.war

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