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/dev/24 is almost here. Have you seen the preliminary agenda?  Do you want to improve your Forms game? There's a talk for you.  If you want to go code-less when implementing a site, there's a talk for you. If you want to run BPMN process in Liferay, there's a talk for you. How about using Async HTTP clients? Well there's a talk for that. And more! Improving TreeFilter, Collection...

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Instead of writing a full article here, let me just point you to an article about /dev/24 on our company blog. You'll find a lot more interesting articles there. In general, they're less technical than the ones you find here. Still worth reading, especially​​​​​​​ when you're starting with this one about the upcoming /dev/24 event.

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In case you're working on multiple Liferay servers, like I frequently do, you might have seen this problem, and fell for it: In the backend, namely Control Panel and Site Administration, they all look the same. Rarely do I see anybody working on a new "Admin Theme" for those places. I've had enough of trying to decipher the URL and host name, and decided to do something about it, that doesn't...

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You thought "I'd love to present something on /dev/24" but totally missed the deadline of the call for presentations? Say no more! The deadline for answering the call for presentations is extended until 15th Oct, 23:59:59 UTC. This is your final chance to come and help to build /dev/24 and also brag about what you have developed for Liferay Portal/DXP 7.4. Right now all you need to provide is...

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Did you know that you could subscribe to a RSS feed for Liferay blogs? You can use this URL to subscribe to community blogs on the liferay.dev site: https://liferay.dev/c/blogs/rss?plid=119785330&groupId=14 In addition to the community blogs, we also have blogs on our main web site on a variety of topics: https://www.liferay.com/blog Starting next week (by October 14th or 15th), we will...

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It's that time of the year.  You've worked on/with Liferay Portal 7.4.  You are about to use Liferay Portal 7.4 to solve a problem.  You have any other awesome contribution you've made or plan on doing.  This is your chance to show it to the world during /dev/24, on the 3rd and 4th November.  The Call for Presentations is open, and here's why you should submit your 20...

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Introduction So when you start building your own fragments and using them on your content pages, you will often times run into an issue with propagation... So I like to create fragments for headers and footers and then use those fragments on every page that I build. But when I update those fragments, I have to go into the usages panel to do the propagation so they all get updated. If you...

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Created in the middle of the Covid Pandemic in 2020, /dev/24 has come to stay { yeaaahh!! :clapping: }  Following the big success of the 24-hour-non-stop event last year...  We will do it again until:   For those of you who missed /dev/24 last year, or are not sure and asking yourself: “What is this event?”. Let me give you a quick overview: This is not a company event,...

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Overview   Search is one of the fundamental Liferay features, which provides users with the possibility to quickly find the content they look for. It’s powerful, pretty much configurable, and flexible.  However, during implementation of the latest project for our client we run into a bunch of issues. Some of them were Liferay bugs or missing functionality, other ones - configuration...

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In the ancient past, Liferay had a feature to discover individual portlet's rendering times. It looks like this got lost with the move to OSGi -  but it's also reasonably simple to replace. Especially when it's for portlets only (fragments are still on the to-do list) Some portlets take longer than others. While that's ok - they typically provide more value and dynamic content - you might...

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Overview While working on an intranet with on of our clients in the APAC region, we discovered that private pages are not indexed correctly, thus having issues when searching content. Product team is already aware of this and have already logged a ticket here. While adding features to Liferay is all good and well, we don't have the time to wait for the product team, and thus this...

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The new Liferay IntelliJ 1.9.4 plugin supports IntelliJ 2021.2 and 2021.2.1. Head over to this page for downloading.   Release Highlights improvements on new liferay module wizard upgrade sinceBuild to 212 and fix compatibility issues support creating a maven workspace using target platform bug fix for rerun server button inside of a maven workspace ...

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Downloads: Liferay Portal 7.2 GA2: Patch | Readme All vulnerabilities fixed in these patches have already been fixed in Liferay Portal 7.3 GA8 and 7.4 GA3. Please refer to the readme file for a list of issues addressed in each patch. For more information on working with patches, please see Patching Liferay Portal . Thanks to Arun Das, binary builds of the patches are available: From...

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In a native React application, it is common that you have the CSS separated by components like I said here, actually maybe you want to use a separate SCSS to take advantage from SASS. So to do it in a Liferay React Application, we need to do some configurations.  Why?  We are working a Structure of OSGi Bundles Containing NPM Packages wrapper by Portlet Component, for this reason,...

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When we generate a React Widget project for Liferay DXP from Yeoman (liferay-js template), you can see, in the scaffolding, we have the CSS file in assets/css folder with the style.css file (set to load on our portlet-header, in the package.json).  It is common, in a native React application to have the CSS separated by components. So to have the CSS separated by components in a Liferay...

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Introduction I posted two blog posts this week, and each of them had a particular drawback - lack of cluster coordination. The first blog post on cluster-enabled upgrade processes introduced using an @Reference dependency upon a specific Release version, the idea being that the component shouldn't start unless that version was available. When the upgrade process would run on the cluster...

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Just a quick one... I've just updated my Log Persister project for Liferay 7.3. You can find it under the 7.3 branch: https://github.com/dnebing/log-persist/tree/7.3 For those that aren't aware, I introduced the Log Persister here: https://liferay.dev/blogs/-/blogs/liferay-7-dxp-making-logging-changes-persistent Normally Liferay does not persist logging. If you make any changes in...

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This blog post is the second of a series I've just started. The previous one dealt with some recipes to deal with backend REST APIs integration, using Swagger Codegen, Retrofit and showcasing Portlet's 3.0 PortletAsyncContext in order to manage web service calls in an asynchronous fashion, so as to reduce the footprint of our code on the Thread Pool. This second blog post now deals with...

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With this first blog, I'd like to start a series about application integration. Quite often, I encounter projects where Liferay must integrate with some backend services. There are lots of integration patterns. Integration may happen at browser or server side. There are many development frameworks available (React, Vue, MVC Portlet, Liferay Faces, Spring MVC Portlet...) Communication with...

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When we generate an Angular Widget project for Liferay DXP from yeoman (liferay-js template), you should realize in the scaffolding, there are assets/{static_folder}/{static_files} and the src/{modules_and_clases}. So at the moment, all static’s file should be put into the assets folder, where you can find for example the CSS file in assets/css folder with the style.css file (set to load on our...

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