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My first week and Liferay IDE 1.0 Plan

Company Blogs 19 febbraio 2010 Da Gregory Amerson Staff

Hello everyone,

Today ends my first week at Liferay so I guess I should introduce myself officially.  I joined Liferay as a software engineer and will lead the effort for official IDE tooling from Liferay.  Previously, I worked for Genuitec, LLC in Dallas, TX, who makes the MyEclipse IDE product.  For over 5 years I was a senior developer for MyEclipse and have been around the eclipse ecosystem for awhile.  Through a series of providential events I found out about Liferay and what a great company it was and their specific need for some help in the tooling area, especially on Eclipse.  So I joined the team!

I've spent the whole week out in the LA office and it has been great meeting everyone and getting to work for a few days with them.  So after a my first few days, Brian Chan and I mapped out a 2 month plan for the first release of Liferay IDE.  You can see the 1.0 release plan in a wiki document below.  This document is a work-in-progress and will be changing some over the next 2 months.

www.liferay.com/community/wiki/-/wiki/Main/Liferay+IDE+1.0+Plan

Since we are still in the early design stage of Liferay IDE I would love to hear feedback from the community on requirements and use-cases, or in generally things that bug you the most about using Eclipse and Liferay. :)

Jorge graciously setup a forums category here for discussion about Liferay IDE.

www.liferay.com/community/forums/-/message_boards/category/4627757

Once again its an honor to join such a great team and I'm really looking forward to working with you all (or yall if you live in Texas like me).

Best regards,

Greg Amerson

Commenti Autore Data
Welcome Greg! Michael Young 19 febbraio 2010 15.30
Welcome aboard Greg! Great that will finally... Mika Koivisto 19 febbraio 2010 16.26
Great to have you on board Greg! Alexander Chow 19 febbraio 2010 16.31
Welcome Greg! I welcome a Liferay IDE tool for... Jerry Niu 19 febbraio 2010 23.25
Great news Greg! Bruno Farache 20 febbraio 2010 6.04
This is an excellent news. Shagul Khajamohideen 20 febbraio 2010 15.08
The roadmap looks awesome Gregory!... Julio Camarero 21 febbraio 2010 15.23
Thanks Julio, For 1.0 it will be eclipse only.... Gregory Amerson 21 febbraio 2010 20.01
That is great Gregory, thanks a lot! Julio Camarero 22 febbraio 2010 5.37
Welcome Greg! Very glad to see you on the team. Jeffrey Handa 22 febbraio 2010 8.42
Greg, we're super-excited to have you on the... Jonathon Omahen 26 febbraio 2010 11.07
This is GREAT news! I'd love to see... Neil Griffin 2 marzo 2010 5.56
Absolutely, JSF 2.0 support for liferay... Gregory Amerson 2 marzo 2010 6.46
Hi Greg- You would seem to be the ideal person... Brian Walck 3 marzo 2010 9.53
Hey Brian, MyEclipse does not contain any... Gregory Amerson 4 marzo 2010 9.41
Great! Thanks. I hope to meet you at a future... Brian Walck 4 marzo 2010 14.07
This was a much anticipated feature from... Madhu Yadav 18 marzo 2010 22.44
Welcome on board Gregory! I'm very happy about... Ákos Gábriel 21 aprile 2010 10.04
Thanks Akos. I hope to have the 1.0 release... Gregory Amerson 22 aprile 2010 6.17
That's a great job Greg! There is a chance to... Xavier Moreno 26 maggio 2010 3.44

Inviato il 19/02/10 15.30.
Welcome aboard Greg! Great that will finally get better IDE support.
Inviato il 19/02/10 16.26.
Great to have you on board Greg!
Inviato il 19/02/10 16.31.
Welcome Greg! I welcome a Liferay IDE tool for eclipse anytime.
Inviato il 19/02/10 23.25.
Inviato il 20/02/10 6.04.
This is an excellent news.
Inviato il 20/02/10 15.08.
The roadmap looks awesome Gregory! Congratulations and welcome aboard! Will it be available just for Eclipse or also for other IDEs?
Inviato il 21/02/10 15.23 in risposta a Shagul Khaja.
Thanks Julio,

For 1.0 it will be eclipse only. However, we wont ignore other ides if it makes enough since for the Liferay community. I know that there has already been some good integration work for Netbeans. Intellij support could be added at some point in the future as well.

But for now, eclipse will be the main focus.
Inviato il 21/02/10 20.01 in risposta a Julio Camarero.
That is great Gregory, thanks a lot!
Inviato il 22/02/10 5.37 in risposta a Gregory Amerson.
Welcome Greg! Very glad to see you on the team.
Inviato il 22/02/10 8.42.
Greg, we're super-excited to have you on the team, and really looking forward to the IDE development. emoticon Seems to be an exciting time for new Liferay adopters.
Inviato il 26/02/10 11.07.
This is GREAT news! I'd love to see wizard/facet support for JSF 2.0 within Liferay IDE. I'd be happy to help with the integration using the PortletFaces Bridge: http://www.portletfaces.org/projects/portletfaces-bridge
Inviato il 02/03/10 5.56.
Absolutely, JSF 2.0 support for liferay runtimes via the portletfaces-bridge makes sense. I'll be in touch!
Inviato il 02/03/10 6.46 in risposta a Neil Griffin.
Hi Greg-

You would seem to be the ideal person to comment on the pros and cons of myeclipse vs. eclipse for Liferay development. Are there good reasons to consider myeclipse?

thanks,

Brian
Inviato il 03/03/10 9.53.
Hey Brian,

MyEclipse does not contain any specific Liferay support. However, you should be able to configure its tomcat server connector to support it fairly easily. Then you would be able to use all of the MyEclipse features that standard eclipse doesn't have, like visual editors, designers, profiling, etc.

Whenever Liferay IDE 1.0 is ready it will provide liferay server, project, liferay specific descriptors editors and portal artifact creation wizards out that are the best available. But Liferay IDE will not be available until the end of next month. Regardless, the eclipse plugins released as a part of Liferay IDE can be used equally well in either plain Eclipse or MyEclipse whichever you choose, assuming you stick with the faceted project model from WTP.
Inviato il 04/03/10 9.41 in risposta a BRIAN WALCK.
Great! Thanks.

I hope to meet you at a future Dallas user group mtg. I unfortunately can't make it tonight.

Brian
Inviato il 04/03/10 14.07 in risposta a Gregory Amerson.
This was a much anticipated feature from Liferay for developers..
Thanks Greg for taking this up..good luck..emoticon
Inviato il 18/03/10 22.44.
Welcome on board Gregory!

I'm very happy about yet another great idea in Liferay!
This is a long-time awaited feature for a lot of developers.

I'm very curious about the results, will check back frequently emoticon

Best,
Akos
Inviato il 21/04/10 10.04.
Thanks Akos. I hope to have the 1.0 release available 2nd week of May, that is the current release date around May 12th.
Inviato il 22/04/10 6.17 in risposta a Ákos Gábriel.
That's a great job Greg! There is a chance to test it before its release?
Inviato il 26/05/10 3.44.