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Release Information and Schedule

Liferay generally aims to do a new release every 12-18 months, with update releases inbetween each major release.  Each release has an associated name (for example Liferay Social Office 2.0 CE GA1) and numeric version (for example 6.2.10).  You can read details about the versioning and the release process on the Versioning Policy page.

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Getting Support

Support for Liferay Portal comes from the wonderful and active community, from which Liferay itself was nurtured into the enterprise offering it is today. Please visit the community pages to find out more about the myriad avenues through which you can get your questions answered.

Liferay and its worldwide partner network also provide services, support, training, and consulting around its flagship enterprise offering, Liferay Portal EE, which is generally released 1-2 months after each Community Edition release.


 Alloy UI 1.0.1 (click to expand)
July 2010

Links: API Documentation | Source Code | Demos | Download | Issue Tracker | Project Page | Community

Note: This is a previous release of AlloyUI. New projects are strongly encouraged to use the most recent release of AlloyUI, as this will maximize the service life.

Alloy is a UI metaframework that provides a consistent and simple API for building web applications across allthree levels of the browser: structure, style and behavior.

It incorporates three design languages: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

It is used extensively in many of Liferay's open source projects, such as Liferay Portal, Liferay Social Office, and many more.

AlloyUI is developed primarily by 2 people, with many other contributors in Liferay. The project is developed by Nate Cavanaugh, Liferay's Director of UI Engineering, and Eduardo Lundgren, a senior software engineer at Liferay.

The JSP portion that exists is primarily headed and overseen by Julio Camarero, with Simon Zhang.

You can keep up-to-date by following any of the following blogs: