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Liferay IDE 1.1 Released

Company Blogs September 15, 2010 By Gregory Amerson Staff

The latest version of Liferay IDE version 1.1 has just been released to the update sites.  To see a list of the new features and improvements take a look at the Liferay IDE 1.1 New and Noteworthy.

If you have previously installed Liferay IDE you can just use "Help > Check for Updates" and you should be offered the upgrade.

If you have not installed anything before you can add Liferay IDE to your Eclipse installation from one of the following update-sites:

If you have any trouble with upgrading or have any questions about the new features, feel free to ask a question over in the Liferay IDE forums.  Also, I should be posting another update on the blog once I've had a chance to refresh the Liferay IDE wiki pages as well as add some additional documentation for some new and enhanced features.

Lastly check this wiki page for the Liferay IDE 1.5 Plan that will cover upcoming features in the next version of the Eclipse plug-ins.

Threaded Replies Author Date
Good news! Thank you, Greg. Jonas Yuan September 15, 2010 3:02 PM
Thank You, Sir :) Bavithra Rajendran September 15, 2010 11:06 PM
Very nice! I like the Maven support in the... Peter Mesotten September 16, 2010 2:43 AM
Hi Greg when use liferay 6.0.5 and ide 1.1 for... DO Hung Thuan November 16, 2010 12:08 AM
This is good news, and I can see there are a... Ruben Gerad Mathew November 18, 2010 2:23 AM

Good news! Thank you, Greg.
Posted on 9/15/10 3:02 PM.
Thank You, Sir emoticon
Posted on 9/15/10 11:06 PM.
Very nice! I like the Maven support in the upcoming 1.5 versioni!!
Posted on 9/16/10 2:43 AM.
Hi Greg
when use liferay 6.0.5 and ide 1.1 for a remote service, i have an error. do u help me? link: http://www.liferay.com/community/forums/-/message_boards/message/6414062
Posted on 11/16/10 12:08 AM.
This is good news, and I can see there are a few new set of features and much improved performance, but are there future releases also planned in Netbeans IDE ? The support for netbeans till recent time was better than the older eclipse plugin. It would be good to know the official stance to guide teams and projects in future.
Posted on 11/18/10 2:23 AM.