Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Getting Started with Adobe Experience Manager and OSGi bundles

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is developed using frameworks such as OSGi and Apache Sling. OSGi defines a dynamic component that is written in Java. These specifications enable a development model where dynamic applications comprise of reusable components. The OSGi specifications enable components to hide their implementations from other components while communicating through services, which are objects that are specifically shared between components. For more information, see OSGi Architecture.

The following illustration shows how the OSGi framework within AEM.

This development article explains basic AEM/OSGi concepts that every AEM developer should understand.  It also steps you through an AEM project setup using the AEM Eclipse plug-in.

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