Using Front-End Frameworks in Your portlets

You can use the most popular Front-End frameworks in your portlets with just a few minor updates to the standard portlet configuration. To help kick-start your portlet project, you can choose from several Blade portlet project templates. The following templates are covered in this section:

  • Angular
  • React
  • Vue

Alternatively, you can use Liferay Portal’s front-end toolset to build JavaScript-based portlets. The tutorials in this section show how to use front-end frameworks in your portlets.

Using React in Your Portlets

You can use the npm React portlet template to automate much of the required configuration for you or create the module manually. For convenience, all manual steps are listed below. This tutorial...

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Using Vue in Your Portlets

You can create a Vue project manually or use the npm Vue portlet template to automate much of the required configuration for you. For convenience, all manual steps are listed below. This tutorial...

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Using Angular JS in Your Portlets

You can use the npm Angular portlet template to automate much of the required configuration for you, or create the module manually. For convenience, all manual steps are listed below. This tutorial...

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Creating and Bundling JavaScript Portlets with JavaScript Tooling

Portlets are a Java standard, so you must have a knowledge and understanding of how Java works to write one. This can be quite the hurdle for front-end developers who want to use JavaScript...

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