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hadi terkawi
Working with liferay IDE
5 de Novembro de 2007 06:28
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hadi terkawi

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Data de entrada: 4 de Novembro de 2007

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Hi all
I am new to liferay and I would like to know how to use liferay IDE
than you for reply
Tobias Amon
RE: Working with liferay IDE
5 de Novembro de 2007 07:13
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Tobias Amon

Ranking: Liferay Master

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Data de entrada: 8 de Agosto de 2007

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Hi,

liferay IDE is for creation of portlets.
It is a plugin for eclipse. With the plugin you can create portlets for liferay with a wizard.

What do you like to do?

- Create portlets?
- Extend liferay (-> ext environment)?
- Customize theme (-> plugin sdk)?
hadi terkawi
RE: Working with liferay IDE
8 de Novembro de 2007 14:09
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hadi terkawi

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Data de entrada: 4 de Novembro de 2007

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HI
Thank you for replying
I want to know how use Liferay IDE to create portlets (and If possible JSF portlets )and develop themes or create new theme
Tobias Amon
RE: Working with liferay IDE
8 de Novembro de 2007 23:05
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Tobias Amon

Ranking: Liferay Master

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Hi,

there are several ways to create portlets. Did you try Objectweb Lomboz? It is for standard portlets (not JSF).

I create JSF-Portlets using Eclipse Web Tools Platfrom with a template-jsf-portlet. First you have to create your own template. I took the sample jsf(-icefaces)-portlet from subversion. Then, in eclipse (or lomboz - for debugging), I switched to the J2EE-perspective and created a new "dynamic web project" this will create the basic structure (with J2EE-perspective you can easily export your portlet as war-file, or directly deploy to the server). Next I took the content of the sample portlet and put it into my new eclipse project (e.g. deployment descriptors, web content, libraries and tld's). Thats it.

I create new themes with the plugins sdk SDK outside eclipse.
Mohamed Ahmed Fouad
RE: Working with liferay IDE
12 de Março de 2008 06:37
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Mohamed Ahmed Fouad

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Data de entrada: 11 de Março de 2008

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What about the Netbeans IDE ?? Any resources for that ??
Mohamed Ahmed Fouad
RE: Working with liferay IDE
12 de Março de 2008 17:41
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Mohamed Ahmed Fouad

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Data de entrada: 11 de Março de 2008

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http://wiki.liferay.com/index.php/Netbeans_IDE

for Netbeans 5.5

Update needed!
abhimanyu panwar
RE: Working with liferay IDE
18 de Junho de 2010 02:24
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abhimanyu panwar

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Data de entrada: 22 de Maio de 2010

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HI ...


I WANT TO CREATE A PORTLET LIKE MESSAGE BOARD.

SO PLEASE SUGGEST ME WHICH OPTION SHOULD I OPT:- PORTLET, EXT ??

ANY ARTICLE AVAILABLE ON NET RELATED TO DEVELOPMENT USING JSP THEN PLEASE LET ME KNOW.


THANKS AND REGARDS
ABHIMANYU
Alexandra Fenzl
RE: Working with liferay IDE
24 de Junho de 2010 03:10
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Alexandra Fenzl

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Data de entrada: 24 de Junho de 2010

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Hi,

Are you providing development services for custom UI / style sheet?
I'm looking for support to get our current site in line with our corporate branding, but we don't have any web developers in house nor spare capacity.

If you have resources available or can point me to someone else, please let me know.

Thanks
Alex
Geo Raj K
RE: Working with liferay IDE
24 de Junho de 2010 04:23
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Geo Raj K

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Data de entrada: 31 de Março de 2010

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Hi abhi



To create a portlet like message board u can go ahead plugin development
Plugin SDK Source u can easily develop the plugin portlet like message board




abhimanyu panwar:
HI ...


I WANT TO CREATE A PORTLET LIKE MESSAGE BOARD.

SO PLEASE SUGGEST ME WHICH OPTION SHOULD I OPT:- PORTLET, EXT ??

ANY ARTICLE AVAILABLE ON NET RELATED TO DEVELOPMENT USING JSP THEN PLEASE LET ME KNOW.


THANKS AND REGARDS
ABHIMANYU



For futher let me know
Pls post a new for this doubts


Tnx
Regards
g.r.k's
Tanweer Ahmed Ansari
RE: Working with liferay IDE
24 de Junho de 2010 07:06
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Tanweer Ahmed Ansari

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Data de entrada: 11 de Março de 2010

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Hello Abhimanyu,

Its depends on your requirement which approach you want to follow.If you use Plugins SDK ,you will have the advantage of creating a war file of your portlet and deploy it directly on your server.Also the development time will be less.But the other thing is once you deploy your portlet on the server ,you will not be able to modify your java class .
On the contrary ,if you use the EXT environment you will not have the option of getting the war file of your portlet.You have to take the ext folder and deploy it on the server.But the good thing here is even after deploying you can modify your java class.