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Adobe® Experience Manager Quick-Reference Guide: Web Content Management [formerly CQ] by Shane Closser

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2. AEM Key Concepts

This chapter highlights the core content management concepts within Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), including installing AEM, exploring the content management interfaces, discussing how to create and manage content, outlining common roles, publishing content, and discussing content inheritance. This information will provide the foundation to study more advanced AEM topics.

Installing Adobe AEM

Install AEM on your machine so you have a safe haven to play with the software, which is the best way to master the product. You can get the software through your Adobe sales representative, your IT team, or through the Adobe website (https://licensing.adobe.com).

Installation prerequisites:

CQ5 quickstart JAR

Valid CQ5 license ...

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