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Liferay Berlin Devcon 2013: Our way towards modularity

General Blogs October 9, 2013 By Miguel Ángel Pastor Olivar Staff

First of all I would like to apologize to all of you who where expecting Raymond but got me instead. Sorry about that.

Through the talk I did a quick summary of why modularity is important for us, what we are looking for, what we have already done and some of the stuff we are looking at for the future. At the end of the talk I show how you already can create a modular application of top of Liferay and I even did a little bit of live coding (luckyly everything worked perfectly :) ). 

Based on the questions I got during the talk and during the after party I guess people liked what we have already done but this is not more than a personal opinion, I would love to hear your thoughts.

Here you can read the slides I used for the presentation and in this Github branch, under the shared folder, you can take a look to the source code I used during my live coding demo

Hope you liked the talk! I tried to do my best!

Migue

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Hey, that's interesting topic. Is there a video... Joosep Simm October 9, 2013 10:52 PM
Hi Miguel, I attended your amazing presentation... Patrick Wolf October 14, 2013 7:25 AM
@joosep I am not sure if the talk has been... Miguel Ángel Pastor Olivar October 15, 2013 1:54 PM

Hey, that's interesting topic. Is there a video of the talk somewhere?
Posted on 10/9/13 10:52 PM.
Hi Miguel, I attended your amazing presentation on modularity in Berlin. This is how applications should be designed in order to add flexibility. I am fighting at work in order that new developments are made as independent components which can be modified without changing the code everywhere as you mentioned during your talk. This is very promising that Liferay is adopting the OSGI model and I am looking forward to it. Thank you for this. Patrick Wolf
Posted on 10/14/13 7:25 AM.
@joosep I am not sure if the talk has been recorded!! I will write a new blog entry if there is a link to a video emoticon

@patric I am glad you liked my presentation.
Posted on 10/15/13 1:54 PM.