Adobe® Experience Manager lets IT consolidate the development of new composite content applications and rapidly deliver templates, designs, and web components on-premise or in the cloud. With Experience Manager, web and application developers use productivity tools built on state-of-the-art development technologies and have the ability to share and leverage community contributions.
Integrate into any existing enterprise environment thanks to the open and standards-based frameworks and repository.
Work with modern application frameworks and development tools that support agile development methods.
Make use of rapid provisioning, development, and scalable on-demand hosting of composite content applications on a cloud-based infrastructure or managed services.
Take advantage of an expandable web application framework and standards-based Java™ Content Repository to make possible a robust composite content application platform.
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