Describes Liferay packages and classes for you to use in your Liferay plugins.
These docs are for those hacking on Liferay's core. Many of the classes referenced in this documentation should not be referenced directly from Liferay plugins.
Tag libraries for AlloyUI (Opens New Window), Liferay UI, Liferay themes, Liferay portlets, Liferay security, and standard portlets.
The latest version of Liferay Faces JSF tag documentation in View Declaration Language (VDL) format. VDL docs for all versions of Liferay Faces are available at http://docs.liferay.com/faces/ (Opens New Window).
Liferay uses Bootstrap natively and all of its CSS classes are available within portlets, templates and themes.
Describes the XML files used in configuring Liferay apps, Liferay plugins, and Liferay Portal.
Defines properties used for Liferay plugins. These properties describe the the Liferay plugin, declare its resources, and specify its security related parameters.
Liferay's Deprecation Policy
Methods in Liferay's APIs are deprecated when they're no longer called by Liferay internally. Method deprecation occurs during major and minor releases of Liferay. A change in the first or second digits of consecutive Liferay releases indicates a major or minor release, respectively. For example, the release of Liferay Portal 6.0.0 after 5.2.0 was a major release; whereas the release of 6.2.0 after 6.1.30 was a minor release. Major and minor releases can have API deprecations.
APIs should not be deprecated between maintenance releases. Maintenance releases are signified by a change in the third digit of the release number. For example, the release of Liferay Portal 6.1.30 after 6.1.20 was a maintenance release and therefore should have no API deprecations.