Develop Global Websites in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a 2-day, instructor-led in a classroom or virtual course, and is relevant for all deployment methods. In this course, you will learn to plan and implement complex multinational and multilingual websites. You will also learn how to build global websites that support multiple locales and languages by using translation projects and Multi Site Manager (MSM).
Develop Websites and Components in Adobe Experience Manager is a 4-day, instructor-led course relevant for all deployment methods. This course begins with project creation through a Maven archetype and development with an IDE. Participants will learn the fundamentals of Sling content rendering, the JCR structure, as well as Adobe’s templating language, HTL. Throughout this course, participants will learn best practices for using Experience Manager sites components and how to style them with the ui.frontend module. Participants will also learn how to create editable templates and pages, design Core Components, use the Style System, and create custom components. This course also shows how to implement the Adobe Client Data Layer, which allows an Experience Manager site to send data to Adobe Launch or any other 3rd party service.
This course replaces: • Develop Websites and Components in Adobe Experience Manager v6 • Develop Websites and Components in Adobe Experience Manager Cloud Service
Valid for these deployments: • Cloud Service• Managed Services• On-Premise
Develop Single-Page Applications with React in AEM is a 2-day, instructor-led (classroom or virtual) course, formerly known as Getting Started with Single-Page App Editor v6 and is relevant for all deployment methods. The course covers the end-to-end development of a Single-Page Application (SPA) using the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) SPA framework in React JS, allowing content authors to edit SPA pages within AEM. In addition, this course is designed to teach you about AEM developer SPA framework foundational topics, such as React component mapping, front-end development tools and project setup, application routing, and rapid development.