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We have a lot of space in the venue, so we are able to bring in late submissions. Want to brag about what you did? This is the event to do so. Or bring it to the Unconference on Dec 1
29.+30. November 2022
1. December 2022
Looking for 2020 or 2021 content?
Note: The agenda is almost done
For more information, check the announcement, and consider what you can bring to share in conversations during the breaks, and during the Unconference on Dec 1
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.
Matthew Hartel (Budapest Theater)
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.
Keven Leone and Wellington Barbosa (Budapest Theater)
2022-11-29 17:04 UTC
The talk will be show topics related to 7.4, Remote App, Objects and React, in the development of a Remote Application, rewriting a software written 7 years ago using Liferay Portal 7.1 in a brand new software architecture, turned to 7.4 stack
Wesley Kempa (Budapest Theater)
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.