Eclipse Helios support with Liferay IDE 1.0.1 update

Company Blogs July 9, 2010 By Gregory Amerson Staff

The Eclipse Helios release has been available for a couple of weeks now so I wanted to let everyone know that we just released a new update to the Liferay IDE (v1.0.1) in order to support it .  This release has a few minor bug fixes but the biggest feature is that it is compatible with Helios (as well as Galileo).  

For Eclipse Helios

The new update-site is at the following URL:

To help with how to install this into your Eclipse installation you can refer to my previous blog that mentioned the 1.0.0 release or you can go directly to the Wiki page, Liferay IDE Installation Guide and just substitute the above URL for the update-site location instead of the Galileo URL.

For Eclipse Galileo

If you have already installed Liferay IDE you can simple do a check for updates to get the new 1.0.1 release:

  • Go to Help > Check for updates...
  • Select Liferay IDE v1.0.1 update

If you have not already installed Liferay IDE for Galileo yet, you can continue to use the use the previous update-site URL as it contains the new 1.0.1 release,

If you have any upgrade or installation troubles please head over to the Liferay IDE forums and be sure to let us know:

Kudos to Brian Chan, everyone's hero, he was right in the middle of builds for Liferay 6 (coming up on final release) and helped me roll out this update for the IDE in his spare cycles, thanks Brian!

Liferay IDE 1.0.0 Released

Company Blogs June 15, 2010 By Gregory Amerson Staff

Now that Liferay 6.0 RC2 is available, we just released version 1.0 of the Liferay IDE.  Thanks to everyone that has been waiting patiently.   I know that I promised it last month so I hope it was worth your wait.  Please note that the IDE only supports Liferay 6.0 RC2 and beyond at the moment.  

For existing eclipse users here is the update site url for Eclipse Galileo SR2.

Update site URL

Alternatively, you can download the archived update site for users that can't install from external URL:

Here is a screenshot that shows what the installation should look like if you have added the URL properly:

If you don't currently have eclipse, take a look at the detailed installation guide that will guide you in getting what you need to use Liferay IDE.  

Going forward I will provide more resources for those interesting in using or contributing to Liferay IDE over on the main Liferay IDE wiki page.

On that page you can find more details about Liferay IDE including:

Thanks to everyone on the Liferay team that took time to help the IDE become a reality and thanks to all the Liferay community members who have showed interest and given encouragement over the past few months.  Please provide continue feedback on the IDE either here, in the forums, or in JIRA to help improve this tool for the whole community.  Good luck!

Liferay IDE 1.0 Preview

Company Blogs April 30, 2010 By Gregory Amerson Staff

Hello everyone,

**Update: fixed video links, also you may want to check out the newest blogs related to the IDE, here and here **

Right now we are targeting the release of Liferay IDE 1.0 to be May 12.  Hopefully next week I can make more details available for community members to actually get your hands on the preview build and help test.  I know that several of you have offered and I will be taking you up on it, just not just yet.  Until then I do have some videos I'd like to share with everyone so you can see where things stand currently.  Below is an overview of some of the features that will be in 1.0.

1. Create new plug-in project

2. Portlet Project Deployment

3. New Portlet Wizard

4. New Hook Wizard

5. More Hook Wizard

6. Plug-in Package Editor

Be sure to check back next week and I hope to post  more details later on how to help with testing the preview builds before 1.0 is released.  Thanks for your patience!


Thanks, send me a note if you are interested in testing the preview builds.

My first week and Liferay IDE 1.0 Plan

Company Blogs February 19, 2010 By Gregory Amerson Staff

Hello everyone,

Today ends my first week at Liferay so I guess I should introduce myself officially.  I joined Liferay as a software engineer and will lead the effort for official IDE tooling from Liferay.  Previously, I worked for Genuitec, LLC in Dallas, TX, who makes the MyEclipse IDE product.  For over 5 years I was a senior developer for MyEclipse and have been around the eclipse ecosystem for awhile.  Through a series of providential events I found out about Liferay and what a great company it was and their specific need for some help in the tooling area, especially on Eclipse.  So I joined the team!

I've spent the whole week out in the LA office and it has been great meeting everyone and getting to work for a few days with them.  So after a my first few days, Brian Chan and I mapped out a 2 month plan for the first release of Liferay IDE.  You can see the 1.0 release plan in a wiki document below.  This document is a work-in-progress and will be changing some over the next 2 months.

Since we are still in the early design stage of Liferay IDE I would love to hear feedback from the community on requirements and use-cases, or in generally things that bug you the most about using Eclipse and Liferay. :)

Jorge graciously setup a forums category here for discussion about Liferay IDE.

Once again its an honor to join such a great team and I'm really looking forward to working with you all (or yall if you live in Texas like me).

Best regards,

Greg Amerson

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