Adobe Experience Manager 65 Build Websites and Components

Build and Apply AEM elements to master components and websites!
Adobe Experience Manager 65 Build Websites and Components
File Size :
2.30 GB
Total length :
4h 1m

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Instructor

Jasvinder Singh Bhatia

Language

Last update

11/2023

Ratings

4/5

Adobe Experience Manager 65 Build Websites and Components

What you’ll learn

Add AEM 6.5 to your Profile
You will get completely updated AEM 6.5 contents
Feel comfortable using AEM to design your own components from scratch
Build React Application with AEM SPA Editor
Understand AEM best practices for creating website
You will get hands on experience with Java Content Repository
You will learn to design and create your own web pages
Understand the usage of Client Libraries
You will understand the OSGi Basics and how to use Bundles
You will learn to build your website using AEM core components

Adobe Experience Manager 65 Build Websites and Components

Requirements

Basic knowledge of Javascript
Good to have CSS/ HTML
AEM Jar and License File

Description

You want to learn how to use Adobe Experience Manager? Then, you are at the right place!!Either you’re completely new to AEM, or you’ve played around with it but want to get more comfortable with Content Management system. Either way, this course will be great for you.With AEM you can build your website, content or components from scratch and create your content with speed and much ease. What is this AEM course all about?In this guide, you’ll not only learn and build your concepts around the fundamentals of AEM but also develop and manage your web applications and personalize your content for the customers using AEM Sites. using components, templates, website scripting, HTL etc. Adobe Experience Manager addresses all of our needs when it comes to powerful, enterprise-level CMS that can handle context-driven dynamic content, experience fragments, integration with analytics and targeting tools along with the Adobe Experience Cloud products.Resource Files for the exercisesYou will get access to the resources used in the lab sessions as a free download which will enable you to write and experience the code at the root level of AEM.Learn to become AEM pro with the latest versionThis course covers the latest v6.5. To start learning with 6.3, you can refer to my course AEM 6.3 – MasterClass on UdemyPromise to YouI’ll be here for you every step of the way. If you have any questions about the course content or anything related to this topic, you can always post a question in the course or send me a direct message.I want to make this the best course on AEM from development point of view. So if there is any way I can improve this course, just tell me and I’ll make it happen.This course will cover everything you need to know to start, including:Getting started with AEM ArchitectureAEM Installation and IDE BasicsUsing Developer toolsBasics for working AEM SitesBasics for working with AEM AssetsExperience working with Apache Sling, JCR, OSGi, Packages etc.Create Proxy Components and using AEM Core componentsUsing HTL language for scriptingAEM Best PracticesUsing Reference website WKNDSPA Editor feature in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM). At the end you will get hands-on exercises to implement React application for a fictitious lifestyle brand, the WKND.By the end of this course, you’ll have a thorough understanding of how to use Adobe Experience Manager for developing websites or as a career opportunity.Go ahead and click the enroll button, and I’ll see you there!Cheers,Jasvinder

Overview

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 AEM Architecture

Lecture 3 Installation Methods & Pre-requisites

Lecture 4 Install & Start AEM Instance

Lecture 5 Dispatcher

Lecture 6 Early Reviews – Please Watch

Section 2: Developer Tools

Lecture 7 Developer Tools

Lecture 8 Mutable vs Immutable Content

Lecture 9 Content Package Structure

Lecture 10 Lab: Install A Package

Lecture 11 Lab: Build Your packages

Section 3: Sites – Concepts

Lecture 12 AEM UI Features

Lecture 13 AEM Reference Site: WKND

Lecture 14 Lab: Create A Page Using Sites

Section 4: Assets – Concepts

Lecture 15 Assets: Basics

Lecture 16 Lab: Upload Assets To AEM

Lecture 17 Lab: Add Metadata To Assets

Section 5: Working with AEM Project

Lecture 18 IDE Concepts & Modules

Lecture 19 Lab: Build AEM Project – LEARN

Lecture 20 Lab: Deploy AEM Project – LEARN

Lecture 21 OSGi – Architecture and Concepts

Lecture 22 Lab: Build & Deploy OSGi Bundle – LEARN

Lecture 23 Lab: AEM Sync With Visual Studio – LEARN

Section 6: Content Rendering in AEM

Lecture 24 JCR Nodes And Namespaces

Lecture 25 Lab: Create Training Project In JCR

Lecture 26 Lab: Create Quote Component

Lecture 27 Lab: Create And Display Content

Lecture 28 Lab: Working With Dialogs

Lecture 29 Lab: Sling Resolution

Lecture 30 Lab: Inheritance With Quote Component

Lecture 31 Lab: Enhance Quote Component

Section 7: HTML Template Language

Lecture 32 HTL – Introduction

Lecture 33 Lab: HTL Using Global Objects

Lecture 34 Lab: HTL Using Attributes

Section 8: We.Train Website – Foundational Elements

Lecture 35 Templates And Components

Lecture 36 Lab: Create Proxy Page Component

Lecture 37 Context Aware Configuration

Lecture 38 Lab: Create Context Aware Configuration

Lecture 39 Editable Templates

Lecture 40 Lab: Create Editable Templates – Part 1

Lecture 41 Lab: Create Editable Templates – Part 2

Lecture 42 Reference Structure In CRXDE – Concepts

Lecture 43 Lab: Create Content Root For We.Train

Lecture 44 Lab: Create Site Structure for We.Train

Section 9: Client-Side Libraries

Lecture 45 ClientSide Library – Concepts

Lecture 46 Lab: Add Content To We.Train Site Page

Lecture 47 Lab: Create Client-Side Library

Lecture 48 Lab: Add ClientLibs To Component

Lecture 49 Lab: Apply WKND Design

Section 10: Core and Proxy Components

Lecture 50 Lab: Create Proxy Components

Lecture 51 Lab: Use ClientLibs And Proxy Components

Lecture 52 Lab: Add Styles To Components

Section 11: Working with Components

Lecture 53 Components – Concepts

Lecture 54 Lab: Create Header Component (HC)

Lecture 55 Lab: Add Header and Styling

Lecture 56 Lab: Add JavaScript To HC

Lecture 57 Lab: Add Sling Model To HC

Lecture 58 Lab: Create Hero Component (HeC)

Lecture 59 Lab: Create Edit Dialog for HeC

Lecture 60 Lab: Add EditConfig Node to HeC

Lecture 61 Lab: Create Footer Component (FC)

Lecture 62 Lab: Create Design Dialog For FC

Section 12: WKND Site – Build React App using AEM

Lecture 63 AEM SPA – Concepts

Lecture 64 Lab: Deploy AEM React Project

Section 13: WKND Site – Adobe Client Data Layer

Lecture 65 Adobe Client Data Layer – Concepts

Lecture 66 Adobe Client Data Layer – Lab

Great for beginners who have never worked with AEM,Good for intermediate users who want to learn new techniques and tools, and how to properly use AEM,Good for anyone looking for hands-on experience with AEM

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 1m | 2.30 GB
Created by: Jasvinder Singh Bhatia

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