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Radio Liferay Episode 38: Alberto Chaparro on the Migration tool for Portlets Version 6.1 to 6.2

 I talked with Alberto Chaparro. Alberto works for Liferay as a support engineer on the spanish team. This conversation follows up on something that Iliyan mentioned in episode 37: The migration tool that will help you upgrade your portlet from 6.1 to 6.2. We're talking during the end of the symposium, so the background noise that you hear are people that are starting to break down the staff room.

We talked about

  • Alberto has helped Iliyan working on the upgrade tool that we spoke about in episode 37
  • The tool helps upgrading AlloyUI JS, CSS and some JSP code from Liferay 6.1 to 6.2
  • Alberto presented this tool at the spanish symposium
  • The tool is available for Windows, Mac and Linux, Installation instructions are available in the tool / github repository
  • It's been used on 100+ portlet plugins already, providing good service in the upgrade process. Sorry, this is the only plugin type that it's good for.

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This is great news; thank you so much Olaf. Bijan Vakili February 10, 2014 8:47 AM
my friend, thats a strong name. impressed toMuch February 12, 2014 3:49 PM

This is great news; thank you so much Olaf.
Posted on 2/10/14 8:47 AM.
impressed toMuch
my friend, thats a strong name.
Posted on 2/12/14 3:49 PM.

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