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How to develop portal application using liferay?

 
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Hi Members,

Im new to portals; however i have to develop a portal application using liferay.

Please let me know the steps and requirements to be followed to develop a portal application.

Regards,
Prabhu.
 
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Have you worked through the "Quick Start Guide" and "Development Documentation" PDFs that are available on the Liferay site yet? Those should give you a good start.
 
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Hi Prabhu,
Have you done with the installation.
PPTs are there on liferay wiki where you will find steps to develope the struts portlet,JSF portlet..


 
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Hi,

I also working on Liferay for a long time. I can help you in
developing Liferay Portal.If you have any problem , you can send
email on vikasjindal1984@gmail.com.
 
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According to reference of http://www.liferay.com.
Liferay provides two main ways to develop applications.
1.Portlets
2.OpenSocial Gadgets

Portlets are small web applications written in Java that run in a portion of a web page. The heart of any portal implementation is its portlets, because they contain the actual functionality.

For more information you can refer this page :- http://www.liferay.com/documentation/liferay-portal/6.0/development/-/ai/developing-applications-for-liferay.

Thanks.
 
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piyush aegis wrote:According to reference of http://www.liferay.com.
Liferay provides two main ways to develop applications.
1.Portlets
2.OpenSocial Gadgets

Portlets are small web applications written in Java that run in a portion of a web page. The heart of any portal implementation is its portlets, because they contain the actual functionality.

For more information you can refer this page :- http://www.liferay.com/documentation/liferay-portal/6.0/development/-/ai/developing-applications-for-liferay.

Thanks.



Statement is incorrect. Portlets are not just small web applicaitons. They can be typical sophisticated and/or robust application. Idea of putting such applications into portlets to have a complete control or usages of all such application through a single portal. Ofcourse we can also implement Oracle's SSO(Single Sign On) to have a single crendential authentication across all the portlets on a portal.
 
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