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Adobe recommends using the SPA Editor for projects that require single page application framework-based client-side rendering (e.g. React). Learn more.

Caution:

Single-page application (SPA) authoring features will be delivered separately to the AEM quickstart in an upcoming service pack for 6.4.

  • Note that as this feature is still in development, documentation is subject to change.
  • This SPA feature is preferred over AEM mobile functionality.

Caution:

Existing AEM Mobile Apps customers migrating from AEM 6.2 or 6.3 to AEM 6.4 can continue to use AEM Mobile Apps by downloading a package from PackageShare. However, new installs of AEM 6.4 will not support AEM Mobile Apps functionality.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Mobile is part of the Adobe Experience Manager multi-channel digital platform that also leverages AEM Assets, Sites, Screens, Workflow, User Manager, Commerce and Forms. AEM Mobile offers remarkable deployment flexibility, enabling enterprises to use a variety of content sources.  

AEM Mobile offers multiple methods for creating apps. The three different ways that you can create apps are:

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If you are new to Adobe Experience Manager, you may want to walk through Getting Started with AEM.

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