Liferay Training

Liferay Training

Liferay Training

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Liferay is a full-featured CMS (Content Management System) for creating websites, mobile applications, and forms. Its purpose is to manage your marketing assets. You can boost brand demand and customer loyalty with Liferay. Liferay will be one of the leading content management systems by 2025.

We built this course based on the most recent market trends after studying its market progress.

Dell, Barclays, Deloitte, Informatica, Mastercard, Microsoft, UBS, Thermo Fisher Scientific, DuPont, and Palo Alto Networks are among the major users of Liferay.

The annual pay of Liferay is $168,200 – Neuvoo

Liferay training will assist you in gaining the skills and knowledge required to create bespoke Liferay applications utilising templates and components.

It covers all of the essentials of Liferay, such as architecture, JCR, OSGi framework, and so on, through real-world projects, allowing you to become a certified Liferay developer.

Who can learn the Liferay:

There is no specific prerequisite to learning Liferay. However, it will be helpful if you have prior knowledge of Java and web development technologies.

What you will learn in the Liferay:

In Liferay, you will learn how to create a powerful and flexible web platform that helps organizations deliver robust online experiences. Additionally, you will learn how to use Liferay to develop custom applications and how to extend the functionality of Liferay to meet the needs of your organization.

                   Frequently Asked Questions

1.What is the Purpose of Liferay? Is Liferay a Framework?

Liferay is an open source enterprise portal used to enable corporate intranet and extranet. This Java-based web application platform provides a toolset for the development of customizable portals and websites. Liferay is an open source and free enterprise portal, which is mainly used to enable corporate extranet and intranet. It is also described as a web application framework or content management framework.

2.What are the 3 Types of Frameworks?

Web Frameworks: Supports the development of web applications.

JavaScript Frameworks: Its an application framework written in JavaScript. …

Application Frameworks: Provides a standard structure for application development.

3.Liferay Mostly Focused on?

Liferay, Inc., is an open-source company that provides free documentation and paid professional service to users of its software. Mainly focused on enterprise portal technology.

4.What are the new Features available in Liferay 7?

The list of new features are as follows:

  • TOOLING. Liferay is very flexible when it comes to supporting different development tooling.
  • Internationalization
  • WYSIWYG Editors
  • Themes generator
  • Application Display Templates Support for Login, Language, and Breadcrumb portlets.
  • ElasticSearch
  • Java 8 Support.
5.What is service.xml? And how will you use the Liferay Service Builder?

A service.xml is a configuration file that contains information about database entities used in a portlet. The DAO/DTO classes for a portlet generate the service builder using the service.xml file. The Liferay server builder also uses service.xml to construct database tables and columns for the entities listed in service.xml.

What Will You Learn?

  • 1. Developing Portlet Application
  • 2. Parts Inventory Portlet Application
  • 3. Hook Plugins
  • 4. Ext Plugins
  • 5. Liferay Marketplace
  • 6. AlloyUI
  • 7. Liferay APIs
  • 8. Advanced Service Builder.


  • Prerequisites of the Liferay
  • Liferay Portal runs on the Java platform, so you must have a Java runtime installed. Liferay Portal also requires a relational database to store content and configuration. Liferay Portal is tested against and bundles the following databases with the download: MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and DB2.

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  • Duration
    5 hours 20 minutes
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Lessons 13
  • Last Update October 11, 2023