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Using Client-Side Libraries
Modern websites rely heavily on client-side processing driven by complex JavaScript and CSS code. Organizing and optimizing the serving of this code can be a complicated issue.

To help deal with this issue, AEM provides Client-side Library Folders, which allow you to store your client-side code in the repository, organize it into categories, and define when and how each category of code is to be served to the client. The client-side library system then takes care of producing the correct links in your final webpage to load the correct code.

How Client-Side Libraries Work in AEM
The standard way to include a client-side library (that is, a JS or CSS file) in the HTML of a page is simply to include a 
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