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Getting Started with AEM Sites for Developers | AEM Community Blog Seeding

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Getting Started with AEM Sites for Developers by Adobe

Abstract

Getting Started with AEM Sites for Developers
An introduction to the basic concepts and technology involved in an AEM Sites implementation. Important topics of component development, local runtime, Core Components, and the AEM Project archetype are covered.

What you'll learn:
AEM and authoring basics
The underlying AEM technology
How to set up a local development environment
How to create your first AEM website

AEM Developers

Lesson 1
Introduction
An introduction to the course Getting started with AEM Sites for developers. Learn about the target audience, course structure, and topics covered in this course.


Lesson 2
The Basics
An introduction to the basic concepts and technology involved in an AEM Sites implementation. Important topics of component development, local runtime, Core Components, and the AEM Project archetype are covered.

Lesson 3
Underlying Technology
Learn about the technologies of OSGi, JCR, Oak, and Sling as part of Adobe Experience Manager's technology stack.


Lesson 4
Local Development Environment
Set up a local development environment for Adobe Experience Manager, AEM. This lesson covers the important topics of using the AEM SDK, Apache Maven and using an integrated development environment (IDE).

Lesson 5
Create your first website - WKND Tutorial
Gain hands-on experience coding with this multi-part tutorial. Walks through the implementation of an AEM site for a fictitious lifestyle brand the WKND. Covers fundamental topics like project setup, Core Components, Editable Templates, client libraries, and component development.

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