Adobe recommends using the SPA Editor for projects that require single page application framework-based client-side rendering (e.g. React). Learn more.
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.
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:
If you are new to Adobe Experience Manager, you may want to walk through Getting Started with AEM.