Is LiveCycle being replaced by AEM Forms? What will happen to LiveCycle?

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10-02-2017

We currently utilize ES4 to build and manage all our, accessible, fillable PDF forms. I have not been able to find any information on what will happen to LiveCycle now that AEM Forms is out.

Is Adobe still going to support and offer LiveCycle? Help! We have thousands of forms in LiveCycle PDF dynamic format. We need to know if we should continue to use LiveCycle or switch to another program.

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23-08-2018

Hi,

you might be able to find what you are looking for from this landing page on AEM:

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) 6.4 Learn & Support

As for a trial, please see this post about how to contact Sales:

trial AEM

hope that helps.

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20-11-2017

Hi, where can I get;

1. A trial version of AEM or LC

2. I also want training material to learn AEM forms. Right not I design / develop accessible PDF forms with Acrobat XI.

I know how in Live-cycle also, but not in AEM. Although I do use AEM CMS here at work for web.

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15-03-2017

It's kind of re branded, realigned with Adobe Experience Manager, with hell lot of new features with almost all the previous capabilities including static/dymanic PDF. Check out documentation : Adobe Experience Manager Help | AEM 6.2 Forms Help

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