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Adobe Experience Manager is a comprehensive content management solution for building websites, mobile apps, and forms. It even makes it easy to manage marketing content and assets on a regular basis.

Adobe Experience Manager Training Overview

AEM Training here discusses fundamentals on a wide array of powerful features. It promotes your organization to achieve developing and administering environment of your website on a wide range. The Adobe Experience Manager Course also helps you implement workflows and manage digital assets such as images, documents etc.

 

Adobe Experience Manager Training Curriculum

CQ5 Platform
The CQ5 User Interfaces
CQ5 Web Consoles
Websites Console
Digital Assets Console
Tools Console
Developer Community
Key Principles Underlying the Design and Implementation of CQ5
Standards and Open Source
Everything is content
David’s Content Model
Authoring Interface
Desktop Integration
OSGi and Apache Sling
Clustering
CQ5 Functional Building Blocks
Granite Platform
Architecture Stack
OSGi Framework
OSGi Bundles
Additional Information
Java Content Repository (JCR)
JCR Structure
Content Services of the JCR
Adobe CRX
Built-in Protocols/APIs for the CRX Platform
Representational State Transfer (REST)
Apache Sling
Everything is a Resource
Sling Script Resolution
Sling and MVC
Additional Information
CQ5 Application Modules

Installing CQ5
EXERCISE 2.1 – Install & Start an Author Instance
How to install an Author instance:
EXERCISE 2.2 – Logging into CQ5
Authoring in CQ5 WCM
EXERCISE 2.3 – Edit a page
To Create a new page:
CQ5 Deployment
Replication
Reverse Replication
Dispatcher
The Administrative Interfaces
What interfaces exist?
CQ Welcome Screen Utilities
CRXDE Lite
The CQ5 Repository Structure
Website Content
Review of the Content Repository Structure
EXERCISE 2.4 – Browse Related Application/Server Interfaces

The Application/Project in the repository
EXERCISE 3.1 – Create an Application/Project
Templates
Template in the Repository
EXERCISE 3.2 – Create a Template
Testing your Template
Components
EXERCISE 3.3 – Create a “Page rendering”Component
Pages
EXERCISE 3.4 – Create Pages & Web Site Structure
CRXDE
EXERCISE 3.5 – Install & Start CRXDE
EXERCISE 3.6 – Utilize CRXDE
Additional Information
Component Context
EXERCISE 3.7 – Include the “global.jsp” in the Page Component
Using the APIs to Display Basic Page Content
EXERCISE 3.8 – Display Basic Page Content

The Resolution Process
EXERCISE 4.1 – Create Multiple Scripts/Renderers for the “Page” Component
SlingPostServlet

Modularization and Reuse
EXERCISE 5.1 – Breakout/Modularize the “Page” Component
Initialize the WCM
EXERCISE 5.2 – Initialize the WCM
Component Hierarchy and Inheritance
EXERCISE 5.3 – Extend theFoundation Page Component
Adding Additional Structure to the Application
EXERCISE 5.4 – Extend the Script Structure of the “Page” component
The Design
EXERCISE 5.5 – Create and Assign a Design

Including components into scripts
Dynamic Navigation
Training web site structure
EXERCISE 6.1 – Create a Dynamic Navigation Component
Logging Messages
EXERCISE 6.2 – Add a log message to the topnav component

ExtJs
Component Dialogs
EXERCISE 7.1 – Create a Title Component
Additional Information
Extra Credit – Try different xtypes
Extra Credit – Create a List Children Component
Design Dialogs
HTML5 SmartImage Widget
EXERCISE 7.2 – Create a Logo Component

EXERCISE 8.1 – Include the Breadcrumb Foundation Component
Extra Credit – Modify the Foundation Breadcrumb component
Extra Credit – Modify your topnav component
Paragraph System
The Sidekick, Components and the Design
EXERCISE 8.2 – Include the Foundation Paragraph System Component
EXERCISE 8.3 – The Foundation Toolbar and User info components
EXERCISE 8.4 – Including the Foundation Timing component
EXERCISE 8.5 – Including the Foundation Inherited Paragraph System component

Mobile Functionality
Mobile Emulators
WURFL
Emulator Groups
Emulator Framework
Mobile components
EXERCISE 9.1 – Create a mobile time component
Responsive Web Design
Pros and Cons of responsive web design
Creating Mobile Web Sites
EXERCISE 9.2 – Re-purpose desktop web site content for mobile devices
Extra Credit – Create the Training Emulator Component
Create the emulator Client Library Folder
Emulator Configuration
Create the emulator image library
Adding your Mobile Emulator to a Device Group
Using the Custom Emulator

cq:EditConfig
cq:include xtype
EXERCISE 10.1 – Creating a Simple Image Component
Create a Component Dialog Box for our Image component
Add the myImage Component to the Sidekick
Test your Image component.
Defining editConfig
Complex Components
EXERCISE 10.2 – Create a “Complex” Component
End User Search
EXERCISE 10.3 – Create a Search Component
Using jQuery with Ajax, and Apache Sling
EXERCISE 10.4 – Dynamic User Account Grid
Create the component
Create the Client Library
Create the callback jsp file
Internationalization of the Authoring Interface
EXERCISE 10.5 – Apply internationalization to the Title Component Dialog
Adding New xtypes
<cq:includeClientLib /> tag
EXERCISE 10.6 – Create, register and use a new xtype
How to register your newly created JS library using CRXDE

Creating OSGi Bundles
What exactly is an OSGi Bundle?
EXERCISE 11.1 – Create and consume an OSGi bundle
Basics of the Workflow Console
Overview of the main workflow objects
Starting a Workflow
EXERCISE 11.2 – Explore Workflow Basics
Create a Workflow Implementation Step
EXERCISE 11.3 – Defining a process step: with a Java class
EXERCISE 11.4 – Use the new Process Implementation in a Workflow

CRX Package Manager
EXERCISE 12.1 – Create a Content Package of Everything We Have Done
Useful Tools
Performance
EXERCISE 12.2 – How to monitor Page response times
EXERCISE 12.3 – How to find long lasting request/response pairs
EXERCISE 12.4 – How to monitor Component based timing

Faqs

Our trainers have relevant experience in implementing real-time solutions on different queries related to different topics. Mindmajix verifies their technical background and expertise.

We record each LIVE class session you undergo through and we will share the recordings of each session/class.

Trainer will provide the Environment/Server Access to the students and we ensure practical real-time experience and training by providing all the utilities required for the in-depth understanding of the course.

If you are enrolled in classes and/or have paid fees, but want to cancel the registration for certain reason, it can be attained within 48 hours of initial registration. Please make a note that refunds will be processed within 30 days of prior request.

The Training itself is Real-time Project Oriented.

Yes. All the training sessions are LIVE Online Streaming using either through WebEx or GoToMeeting, thus promoting one-on-one trainer student Interaction.

There are some Group discounts available if the participants are more than 2.

As we are one of the leading providers of Online training, we have customers from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, UAE and other parts of the world. We are located in the USA.

Mindmajix Technologies Inc

14 Pasco Drive
East Windsor, Connecticut, 06088
United States (US)
Phone: 201 378 0518

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