Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Training Course
With Adobe Experience Manager, you can create websites, mobile apps, and web forms all from a single platform. It helps you organise all of the materials you utilise in your marketing efforts.
With Adobe Experience Manager, you can create websites, mobile apps, and web forms all from a single platform. It helps you organise all of the materials you utilise in your marketing efforts. Use Adobe Experience Manager to boost interest in your brand and your customers’ devotion to it. There will be a lot of CMSs out there by 2026, but Adobe Experience Manager will be one of the best.
ITS developed this training programme in response to current market needs.
Adobe Experience Manager training will provide you with the information and expertise you need to create unique AEM apps based on preexisting templates and components.
The course will help you become a certified AEM developer by covering the essentials of AEM, such as its architecture, JCR, OSGi framework, etc., by means of practical examples drawn from actual development projects.
In this AEM training course, you will discover the cutting-edge techniques utilised by professional AEM developers. The course begins with an introduction to AEM and progresses to more advanced topics such as the framework’s architecture, its installation, its features, the integration of AEM with Maven and VLT, and so on.
Benefits of Adobe Experience Manager
Instead of using a piecemeal approach for your business, Experience Manager gives you multiple solutions rolled into one convenient platform. More businesses are investing in Experience Manager because of its:
- Easy-to-use CMS. You don’t need any special experience or training to manage content in Experience Manager. The intuitive platform allows non-technical users to easily manage content across multiple properties.
- Automated workflows. Experience Manager automates tasks to keep the ball rolling for your teams. Use the artificial intelligence (AI) features to tag, crop, and distribute assets in record time.
- Improved search for digital assets. Stop wondering where your images and videos are. Experience Manager pulls all of your digital assets into one place, making it easy to find and adapt content as needed.
- Personalized content. Easily create content variations on each channel to create hyper-specific experiences for all of your target personas.
- Ability to target customers wherever they are. Experience Manager gives you the ability to deliver targeted experiences, regardless of where customers choose to engage with you.
- Better task management. Content management requires a lot of tasks, which is why Experience Manager streamlines digital asset management to-dos. Easily add tasks to each project in your dashboard to stay on top of your workload.
- Easy integration. Keep everything on the same platform. Whether you’re using third-party analytics or Adobe Marketing Cloud, Experience Manager easily integrates with other tools.
- Flexibility and scalability. Boost engagement by creating different content variations for all of your personas in just a few clicks.
- Add-on functionality. If you need more specific functionality, Experience Manager add-ons are available through third parties and the Magento marketplace.
What you'll learn
Basic knowledge of Java
Basic knowledge of HTML / JS / CSS
AEM jar file along with the license properties file and service pack 11
|Basics of the Architectural Stack
|Refresh the Adobe Experience Manager Application Layer
|Refresh the Granite Platform
|Refresh the Java Content Repository
|The Web Console
|Developing with CRXDE Lite
|Working with Packages
|Configuring the Development Environment (Eclipse and Maven)
|Setting up your project
|Collaborating with Teams
|HTL and Advanced HTL development
|BEM and clientlibrary integration
|Advanced Dialog, Widget and Policies Development
|Core Components, Foundation components, SaaS development
|Components and variations
|CSR vs SSR (hydration)
|Static and Editable Template
|Practical coding exercise
|AEM Headless Overview
|Integrate ReactJS with AEM
|Client Application Integration
|Navigation, routing and mapping of custom component
|Benefits of OSGi
|Components and Annotations in OSGi
|Caching and Performance
|Practical coding exercise
|Sling Models 101
|Working with Sling Servlets
|Understanding the Sling Resolution Process
|Understanding Sling Events
|Working with Sling Schedules
|Advanced Sling Models and practical coding
|Leverage Sling Post
|Explaining the JCR Model (NodeType, Mixin)
|Structure of the JCR, Why Use Sling APIs over JCR
|Understanding Java Content Repository Observation
|Start with Query Builder, Explain Query Index
|Configuring the Indexes and definition
|Querying includeXPath and SQL2
|Basic Content Access
|CRX Search Features Not Specified by the JSR
|Java Query Object Model
|Testing Queries, and its performance with TarMk and MongoMK
|Lab Activity (Compare QueryBuilder, Xpath, SQL-2)
|AEM Integration with Adobe Analytics (Launch)
|AEM Integration with Translation
|Defining Workflow Models
|Using the Workflow Launcher
|Custom Workflow development Steps, Process, Split, Join
|Workflow Best practices, Transient Workflows
|Blueprints, Livecopy, Triggers, Actions
|Rollouts and Site Hierarchy, Rollout Configuration
|Translation Workflow, Language Master
|Permissions and ACLs
|AEM Maintenance and runbook
|AEM debugging problems
|CORS, performance improvement
|AEM content and experience fragments
|AEM Cloud Service
|Setup the environment
|Best practices for setting up the deployment in Cloud
|Main changes from AEM 6.5+ to AEM Cloud Service
|Sling Content Distribution
|Management and Debugging
Why Innovative Technology Solutions
Our Virtual Instructor Led Training model brings classroom learning experience online. With our world-class LMS instructor-led training, self-paced E-learning and personalized mentoring you will get an immersive first-class learning experience.