Adobe CQ 5 Course


Adobe CQ5 Course Overview

Adobe CQ5 or Adobe Experience Manager (AEM, formerly called CQ). The CMS is used to create, edit, manage and publish digital content on a webpage. The CMS is managed and supported by Digital Publishing, CCS.    

AEM/CQ is a simple drag and drop CMS that allows a user without technical knowledge to manage, update and maintain a website. There is no need to code and no HTML experience is necessary. 

As long as you have a browser and an internet connection, you can login and edit your site anywhere. Building a site in AEM/CQ is a process that must be initiated by contacting Digital Publishing.

AdobeCQ5 is a java based content management system from adobe. It is based on a content repository to store the content of a website and use JCR (Java Content Repository) specification to access the content repository.

This course is for software programmers that would like to learn to create sites using AEM. People just starting using Adobe Experience Manager, Web developers learning about Adobe’s Content Management System (CMS)

Individual must have programming experience to take up the course.

You get hired as UI Developer, Software Developer, Full Stack Developer, and Web Developer in It companies like Larsen & Toubro Limited, Black and White Business Solutions, Xoriant Solutions, Wells Fargo, Niyuta Technologies, EvolutionCo, Magna International, Softway, MonetizeMore etc.

The main concepts covered in the course are: Installation, Administration of the servlet engine using CQSE interface, Accessing the CRX repository, Accessing the Apache Felix Web Management Console, Using CRXDE Lite, Creating Templates, Page components and jps scripts, Creating a web site based on the template, Stand-alone development and debugging, Understanding Apache Sling

Adobe CQ5 Course Syllabus


  • Installation
  • Administration of the servlet engine using CQSE interface.
  • Accessing the CRX repository
  • Accessing the Apache Felix Web Management Console
  • Using CRXDE Lite.
  • Creating Templates, Page components and.jps scripts.
  • Creating a web site based on the template.
  • Stand-alone development and debugging
  • Understanding Apache Sling.
  • Modularizing components and their reuse.
  • WCM content management tools – Sidekick.
  • Creating Designers and using CSS files.
  • Creating navigation components.
  • Using the CRXDE debugger.
  • Creating components to display a customizable page title, logo, breadcrumb and configurable paragraph.
  • Creating and adding a Complex component.
  • Adding a Search component.
  • Introducing internationalization.
  • Creating and registering a CQ custom Widget.
  • Creating and downloading a CQ package for distribution.
  • Creating and consuming an OSGi bundle.
  • Optimization methodology.
  • Changing default passwords.