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AEM - Core Components Introduction | AEM Community Blog Seeding

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Abstract

In Adobe Experience Manager, components are the structural elements that constitute the content of the pages being authored. Components have always been a fundamental element of the AEM experience, making page creation simple but powerful for the author and the development of components flexible and extensible for the developer.

The Core Components are a set of standardized Web Content Management (WCM) components for AEM to speed up development time and reduce maintenance cost of your websites.

Features
Production-Ready The Core Components are 28 robust components that are well tested, widely used, and that perform well.
Cloud-Ready Whether on AEM as a Cloud Service, on Adobe Managed Services, or on-premise, they just work.
Versatile The components represent generic concepts with which the authors can assemble nearly any layout.
Configurable Template-level content policies define which features the page authors are allowed to use or not use.
Trackable The Adobe Client Data Layer integration allows tracking of all aspects of the visitor experience.
Accessible They comply WCAG 2.1 standard, provide ARIA labels, and support keyboard navigation (known issues).
SEO-Friendly The HTML output is semantic and provides schema.org microdata annotations.
WebApp-Ready The streamlined JSON output allows client-side rendering, still with a possibility of in-context editing.
AMP Support The components have built-in support for the AMP standard, accelerating your mobile experiences.
Design Kit A UI kit for Adobe XD allows designers to create wireframes that they can then style as needed.
Themeable The components implement the Style System, and the markup follows BEM CSS conventions.
Customizable Several patterns allow easy customization, from adjusting the HTML to advanced functionality reuse.
Versioning The versioning policy ensures that the Core Components won’t break your site when improving things that might impact you.
Localizable Smart reference resolution allows certain components to find and render corresponding localized content automatically.
Open Sourced If something is not as it should, contribute your improvements!

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ManuMathew1994
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Hoping for more Core components in future , it will definitely speed up development time and gives the best user experience.