Adobe Experience Manager CMS Basics
What you'll learn
- Understand AEM at a very high level
- Be able to identify how a simple app is structured
- You should have some programming experience
- You should have access to an Adobe Experience Manager instance (it should be provided by your company or client)
Adobe Experience Manager Basics course is a very high level overview of some of AEM's features focused mostly on helping you understand them at a very high level so you can start increasing your knowledge in future more specific AEM courses.
This particular AEM course covers the following:
- What is AEM (a Content Management System or CMS by Adobe in which you can create websites similar to Drupal, Wordpress or other CMSs - I spoiled the surprise I know).
- How to install an author and a publish instance.
- How to edit pages using the the classic and the touch UI.
- Some authoring modes like edit, design and preview.
- What are components, templates, clientlibs, etc.
- And a simple project for you to apply some of the concepts seen in the course
At the end of this course you will have a better understanding of what AEM is when to look for certain things like pages, components and templates.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for software programmers that would like to learn to create sites using AEM
- People just starting using Adobe Experience Manager
- Web developers learning about Adobe's Content Management System (CMS)
Bonjour! My name is Manuel Daniel, and I am a software developer, a recovering perfectionist and a little bit of a nerd/geek.
For a couple of years now I have been working in Adobe experience manager, helping create sites and also helping and guiding some friends and coworkers through the process of learning and solving problems using AEM.
I also have experience using Unity3d and lately I have been exploring Deep Learning!