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AEM CS - Using the AEM Quickstart Jar by Adobe Docs

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Learn how to install and run a local instance of Adobe Experience Manager in just a few minutes with the AEM Quickstart jar. The AEM Quickstart jar is an AEM runtime that can be installed and run on a local computer.

Guide to setting up a local development for Adobe Experience Manager, AEM. Covers important topics of local installation, Apache Maven, integrated development environments and debugging/troubleshooting. Development with #, CRXDE Lite, Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ are discussed.

Overview
Setting up a local development environment is the first step when developing for Adobe Experience Manager or AEM. Take the time to set up a quality development environment to increase your productivity and write better code, faster. We can break an AEM local development environment into 4 areas:
1. Local AEM instances
2. Apache Maven project
3. Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
4. Troubleshooting

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