The Liferay IntelliJ plugin provides support for Liferay Portal development in IntelliJ IDEA. Liferay’s IntelliJ plugin provides the following built-in features:

  • Creating a Liferay Workspace (Gradle and Maven based)
  • Creating Liferay projects (Gradle and Maven based)
  • Liferay Portal Tomcat server support for project deployment and debugging
  • Support for adding line markers for each entity in the service editor
  • Syntax checking, highlighting, and code completion (e.g., Bnd and XML files)

In these tutorials, you’ll learn how to install the Liferay IntelliJ plugin and leverage its features to improve Liferay development with IntelliJ IDEA.

Installing the Liferay IntelliJ Plugin

To install the Liferay IntelliJ plugin in IntelliJ IDEA, follow the steps below: Navigate to the JetBrains’ Liferay IntelliJ plugin page and download it to your local machine. In IntelliJ, navigate...

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Creating a Liferay Workspace with IntelliJ IDEA

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to generate a Liferay Workspace using IntelliJ IDEA, which runs on Blade CLI behind the scenes. IntelliJ gives you a graphical interface instead of the command...

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Creating Projects with IntelliJ IDEA

IntelliJ IDEA provides a New Liferay Modules wizard to create a variety of different module projects. You can also use the same wizard to create theme projects, WAR-style projects, and more. Before...

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Installing a Server in IntelliJ IDEA

Installing a Liferay server in IntelliJ is easy. In just a few steps, you’ll have your server up and running. Note: Tomcat and Wildfly are the only supported Liferay app server bundles available to...

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Deploying Projects with IntelliJ IDEA

Once you’ve created a project and installed your Liferay server in IntelliJ, you’ll want to deploy your project. Follow the steps below to do this: Right-click your project from within the Liferay...

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