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The AEM Project Archetype includes an optional, dedicated front-end build mechanism based on Webpack. The ui.frontend module thus becomes the central location for all of the project's front-end resources including JavaScript and CSS files. To fully take advantage of this useful and flexible feature, it is important to understand how front-end development fits into an AEM project.

AEM Projects and Front-End Development
In greatly-simplified terms, AEM projects can be thought of as consisting of two separate but related parts:
1. Back-end development that drives the logic of AEM and produces Java libraries, OSGi services, etc.
2. Front-end development that drives the presentation and behavior of the resulting web site and produces JavaScript and CSS libraries
Because these two development processes are focused on different parts of the project, back-end and front-end development can happen in parallel.

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ui.frontend Module of the AEM Project Archetype


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