Liferay in Action: The Official Guide to Liferay Portal Development

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Liferay in Action: The Official Guide to Liferay Portal Development
By Rich Sezov
Liferay in Action: The Official Guide to Liferay Portal Development Details:
Summary
Liferay in Action
is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to building portals on the
Liferay 6 platform. Fully supported and authorized by Liferay, this book guides you
smoothly from your first exposure to Liferay through the crucial day-to-day tasks of
building and maintaining an enterprise portal that works well within your existing IT
infrastructure.
About the Technology
A portal is a website built around a collection of components that request, display, and
share information. Liferay Portal 6, an enterprise-ready development platform, makes it a
snap to build portals that integrate with your existing backend systems and provide a rich
interactive user experience. Because Liferay uses standard Java and JavaScript, along with
built-in SOAP and JSON support for web services, developers can be productive
immediately. And since it's available in both a free, open source version as well as a
fully-supported commercial edition, it's an affordable solution for almost any business or
organization
About the Book
Liferay in Action
is the official guide to building Liferay portal applications using Java and
JavaScript. If you've never used Liferay before, don't worry. This book starts with the
basics: setting up your development environment and creating a working portal. Then, it
builds on that foundation to help you discover social features, tagging, ratings, and more.
You'll also explore the Portlet 2.0 API, and learn to create custom themes and reusable
templates.
Experienced developers will learn how to use new Liferay APIs to build social and
collaborative sites, use the message bus and workflow, implement indexing and search, and
more. This book was developed in close collaboration with Liferay engineers, so it answers
the right questions, and answers them in depth.
No experience with Liferay or the Portlets API is required, but basic knowledge of Java and
web technology is assumed.
What's Inside
Complete coverage of Liferay Portal 6
Covers both the commercial and open source versions
Custom portlet development using the Portlet 2.0 spec
Liferay's social network API
Add functionality with hooks and Ext plugins
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Table of Contents
PART 1 WORKING WITH LIFERAY AND PORTLETS
1.
The Liferay difference
2.
Getting started with the Liferay development platform
PART 2 WRITING APPLICATIONS ON LIFERAY'S PLATFORM
3.
A data-driven portlet made easy
4.
MVC the Liferay way
5.
Designing your site with themes and layout templates
6.
Making your site social
7.
Enabling user collaboration
PART 3 CUSTOMIZING LIFERAY
8.
Hooks
9.
Extending Liferay effectively
10.
A tour of Liferay APIs
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