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Apps are the central focus of the Liferay experience. For example, Liferay’s web experience management, collaboration, and business productivity features all consist of apps. Even the Control Panel consists of apps that let you configure Liferay to your liking. You can also add to or change Liferay’s built-in functionality by installing other apps. Naturally, Liferay provides several ways to manage, find, and install apps. This section covers these topics, and more, in the following articles:

Managing and Configuring Apps

There are two places in the Control Panel where you can manage and configure apps: the App Manager, and the Components listing. The App Manager lets you manage apps in Liferay’s OSGi framework. You...


Using the Liferay Marketplace

Liferay Marketplace is a hub for sharing, browsing and downloading Liferay-compatible apps. As enterprises look for ways to build and enhance their existing platforms, developers and software...


Installing Apps Manually

By default, apps you download in a running Liferay instance via Liferay Marketplace install automatically. But what if the app you want to install isn’t on Marketplace? What if all you have is the...


Liferay App Types

For maximum flexibility, Liferay supports several different types of apps. Some apps can even contain other apps. The types of apps that Liferay can run include: OSGi Modules Portlets Web Plugins...


Blacklisting OSGi Modules and Components

Blacklists are used for good and evil. An evil blacklist penalizes unfairly; a good blacklist protects. Liferay Portal’s OSGi module blacklists and component blacklists are files dropped in a...

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