An example of a lightweight liferay theme
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Lightweight Liferay Theme

Liferay Lightweight logo

Instalation

Configure

The actual repo architecture is for a maven project, but you can easily change that.

An important conf, on the gulpfile:

var CONFIG = {
    url: 'lightweight.vm',
    outputFolder: './src/main/webapp/',
    distFolder: './target/',
    installedFolder: '/mnt/deploy-themes/',
    localDeployPath: '../vagrant/deploy-themes/', // If your liferay server is on your machine (not on a VM), should be same as CONFIG.installedFolder
    themeName: 'lightweight-theme'

This config exemple is for a liferay instance on a virtual machine, but you can edit this to use your localhost liferay server.

  • Url: The url of your liferay instance (localhost, app.dev, etc...)
  • outputFolder: The folder of the "pré-compiled" theme, that will be transform to a .war file
  • distFolder: The path where the the war file is created
  • installedFolder: A path to let liferay (Osgi) find the theme.
  • localDeployPath: A path for you local machine (can be same as installedFolder if your using on a localhost liferay)
  • themeName: Your theme name

Requierments:

  • NodeJs, version 6.9.1 (v6 minimum).
  • Tips: use nvm (node verison manager)
  • yarn >=0.17.10 (npm install -g yarn)

Install:

Install dependencies:

yarn install

Develop

Build the theme:

gulp build

Deploy for your local environement

gulp deployLocal

Auto-compile and sync files on your local environement (only after a gulp deployLocal)

gulp watch

Liferay layout exemples

  • IMPORTANT Layout should have the "main-content" id
<div class="" id="main-content">
  <div class="portlet-layout">
    <div class="portlet-column portlet-column-only" id="column-1">
      $processor.processColumn("column-1", "portlet-column-content portlet-column-content-only")
    </div>
  </div>
</div>