Adobe Experience Manager 6.4 Documentation

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a comprehensive content management solution for building websites, mobile apps, and forms. AEM makes it easy to manage your marketing content and assets.

See these guides, video tutorials, and other learning resources to implement and use AEM 6.4.

AEM 6.4 has reached the end of extended support and this documentation is no longer updated. For further details, see our


Getting Started Guides lists-documentation-1

Capabilities User Guides lists-documentation-2

  • AEM Sites Authoring
    Learn key concepts for creating content and authoring in AEM.
  • AEM Sites Administration
    Learn about administering AEM.
  • AEM Assets
    Create, manage, deliver, and optimize digital assets.
  • AEM Desktop App
    Learn to use the Experience Manager desktop app to connect repositories and desktop applications to provide faster access to resources and streamlined workflows.
  • AEM Brand Portal
    Use Experience Manager Assets Brand Portal to meet marketing needs by securely distributing approved brand and product assets to external agencies, partners, internal teams, and resellers for download.
  • AEM Forms
    Create, manage, publish, and update digital forms.
  • AEM Forms Automated Conversion Service
    Convert PDF Forms to responsive and mobile-ready HTML Forms.
  • AEM Forms as a Cloud Service
    Understand how to use forms in AEM as a Cloud Service.
  • AEM Screens
    Learn to use a Digital Signage Solution that allows you to publish dynamic and interactive digital experiences and interactions.
  • AEM Screens Best Practices
    Best Practices Guide for AEM Screens Projects
  • AEM Guides
    Read product documentation for Adobe Experience Manager Guides.

Implementation Developer Guides lists-documentation-3

  • Developing for AEM 6.4
    This guide covers how to build out your AEM instance.
  • Core Components
    Use the extensible Core Components to let authors easily create content.
  • HTL
    Use the HTML Template Language (HTL) to create an enterprise-level web framework.
  • Cloud Manager for AEM
    Learn how to use Cloud Manager to self-manage Adobe Experience Manager for AMS in the cloud.
  • Dispatcher Configuration
    Learn to use Dispatcher for caching, load balancing, and improving security for your AEM server.

Additional AEM Guides lists-documentation-4

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