Welcome to the part 2 of Adobe Experience Manager learning. This is part one – Development in AEM. There I’m going to show the essentials of AEM development.
Let’s highlight the objectives, after the lesson you will
Understand developers’ activities in typical AEM implementation.
1. Get acquainted with development tools to use, prerequisites for development environment.
2. In the end of this section you will able to create new project created from maven archetype with sample components and services.
You also going to learn how to create a new AEM project using Maven archetype.
To start development for AEM you should have Java 8/Java 11 installed on your local machine, apart from that Maven required to build the project and make use of plugins. IDE installation is optional though it will help you to simplify your work. You also must have certain knowledge in such areas, web development using Java stack, client side technologies, and Web services like REST.