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29.+30. November 2022
1. December 2022
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The Agenda for the Unconference on Dec 1 will be created live, on site, by the participants in the first hour of the Unconference on December 1 - You'll be able to find it here once it's built.
Luis Miguel Barcos and Carlos Correa
2022-11-29 12:06 UTC
Traditionally, Liferay developers are used to creating REST APIs with the REST Builder, having to code all the endpoints, and defining its API. In this talk, we will show how to create REST APIs with no code, and no API definition. All of it will be created automagically by Liferay with just a few clicks.
How to do that?
With the power of our no-code approximation: Liferay Objects.
2022-11-29 13:18 UTC
We'll implement a web application allowing guest users to submit contributions which will undergo a validation process before being published on the home page gallery.
This talk will illustrate how you can combine Liferay Objects, the new Form Components capability and Workflows (and there's a bit of permission management as well).
Some of those features are very new and a bit rough around the edges. That's why I wanted to share with you what you need to be careful about.
2022-11-29 16:02 UTC
Looking for sample app built using low code? An app you can provision in 15 minutes?
The Raylife D2C (direct to consumer) portal reflects an insurance industry trend for users to go through the quote-and-bind process online without needing an agent. The D2C solution heavily leverages out of the box Liferay 7.4 functionality. D2C is built with “low code” features, such as Liferay Objects and the power of the React development framework using Remote Apps - all delivered via Site Initializer.
Ready to go from the latest release of Liferay DXP.
Nara Andrade and Carlos Montenegro
2022-11-29 20:02 UTC
The audience will learn how to create an Object, add fields to it and compose validations to its entries. This presentation is applicable to anyone interested in developing and showcasing low-code solutions.
Jair Medeiros and Thaynam Lázaro
2022-11-29 20:28 UTC
With the new challenges currently faced, low-code has become an extremely necessary demand for the market. In search of a fast representation of the Business Roles involved, Liferay has been increasingly investing in low-code and thus, this session aims to use the latest low-code features of Liferay, as Application Page, Salesforce Proxy Integration, Display Page Template, Collection Display for creating a CRUD integrated with a third-party database (Salesforce). With the application pages it will be possible to create a form with only a few clicks, associated to this, through the collection display, it will be possible to list the data and manipulate them. With the display page template it will be possible to visualize all the data in detail and finally, everything will be managed through the proxy with the object, that is, everything configured through the UI.
Mateus Santana and Guilherme Camacho
2022-11-30 17:34 UTC
We’ll show how the actions feature works and how it was implemented. During this walk-through, we'll create a new action type and apply it to some Liferay Object to see it working. This way the audience would be able to see how easy this process is.
2022-11-30 21:56 UTC
To learn about an example of a multi-step react component that leverages getting and posting Liferay Object data. This component also contains translated content for French, Portuguese, Spanish, and English based on the user's Liferay language settings.