Infinite Possibilities


Written by Jan Eerdekens

November might be a drab and dark month in Belgium, but for me as a Java developer it is THE time of the year because it is the month in which Devoxx is organised. Devoxx is 5 days jam-packed with knowledge that helps a developer like me keep up to date with the current state of the Java universe, but also with what the future will bring. One of the things that makes Devoxx special is that...

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Angular Adventures in Liferay Land


Written by Jan Eerdekens

Intro A lot of developers will probably know this feeling: you've just returned from a conference and seen lots of exciting new technologies and now you can't wait to try them out! For me one such moment and technology was Devoxx 2013 and seeing an AngularJS talk by Igor Minar and Misko Hevery . The speed and ease of development appealed very much to me, but I was a bit hesitant because of...

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Should it be so hard to start a new job?


Written by Rowin Heymans

It’s never easy to start a new job, is it? This is a question I got a couple of times over the past few weeks. People seem to think that starting a new job is always something of a hassle. The question is, should it be? Allow me to introduce myself My name is Rowin Heymans, I’m 30 years old, married and father of an amazing little toddler called Juliette. I finished my...

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User-specific vs. shared portlet preferences (part 2 of 2)


Written by Peter Mesotten

This article is the second and last in a series of 2 posts on how personalization can be achieved in a portal project . In this post I'll explain how to combine user-specific and shared portlet preferences in one portlet. This will allow portlets to have a common, shared set of preferences and additionally a set of user-defined preferences on top of those shared preferences.   ...

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Alfresco Summit part 6 – Server Sent Events with Alfresco and AngularJS


Written by Mano Swerts

It has been quite an adventure, but all good things must come to an end. To conclude our " Alfresco Summit "-series, we will cover the use of Server Sent events (SSE) with Alfresco and AngularJS. This will allow you to instantaneously push messages to your clients without needing them to refresh the page. This opens the door to infinite possibilities: push new content automatically to relevant...

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