Liferay DXP Portal Admin + WCM

Duration: 5 Days

Course fee:$749.00 (₹55511.71)

Liferay DXP Portal Admin with Web Content Management Training primarily focuses on the concepts for basic Liferay DXP Installation along with some configuration for Liferay Applications using Web Content  Management for the Liferay Application

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Course Content

1.Introduction of Liferay

2.Study Users Into Liferay
A. Creating new users and understand How Liferay Connects Users
B. Learn Integration with an Identity Management System
– In Outside Users
– Import Users Through LDAP

C. Learn Organizational Structure
– How Organizations Help Business Units
– Create Organizations without Recreating the Org. Chart
– Assign Users to Organizations

3.Study Grouping of Users
– Introduction of User Groups
– Mapping LDAP Users to Groups
– Managing Memberships with Groups

4.How to Control User Access
– How Users Access Content and Apps
– What are Roles
– What are Role Scopes to Manage Access
– Granting Administrative Access to Department Heads

5.How to Deliver Content On the Web

– Managing a Large User Base
– What are User Groups
– Mapping LDAP Users to Groups
– Managing User Membership
– Controlling User Access
– How Users Access Content and Apps
– Assigning User Roles
– Using Role Scopes to Manage Access
– Granting Administrative Access

7.Learn about Building a Public Website
A. Introduction to Sites
B. Creating a Public Website for an Organization

C. Creating Sites for Individual Departments
– How to Use Templates to Build Landing Pages Quickly
– How to Link to Important Resources

D.How to Create Dynamic Front Pages
– Learn about Building the Front Page with Web Content
– How to Designate Teams to Create/Update Content
– Structures and Templates

C.How to Create Private Sites
– How to Use Private Pages to Gate Protected Content How to Build Sites Quickly Using Site Templates
– Create New Roles

8.Documents for Delivering Content
– Documents and Media
– Document Folders
– Displaying Audio and Video

9.Setting Up Folders for Content Submissions
– Using Folders to Organize Uploads
– How to Restrict Access to Uploaded Content

10.How to Create Collaborative Spaces for Teams
– Message Boards
– Wikis

11.Getting Feedback
– Forms

12.Feedback Reports

13.Clustering a Liferay–based Solution

14.Basics of Fault Tolerance

15.Reference Architecture

16.Clustering the Servers

17. Configuring the Load Balancer

18. Clustering the J2EE Servers

19. Clustering the Portal

20. Cluster Communication

21. Configuring Documents and Search

22. Introduction to Clustering Elastic search

23. Front End Development in Liferay
– UI Development Tools
– Node.js, Yeoman, Gulp

24.The New UI Landscape
– Lexicon: Liferay’s Design Language
– Delivering a Consistent User Experience Across Devices
– Modern JavaScript Design with ES2015
– Creating UI Components with Metal.js
– Maintaining Alloy UI

25.Developing Themes
– Building and Generating Themes
– Customizing Lexicon and Bootstrap Components
– Styling Applications
– Creating and Using Reusable Themelets
– Packaging Content in Themes
– Embedding Applications

26.Customizing the Page Layout
– Creating Layout Templates
– Embedding Applications into Templates

27.Styling in Liferay with Display Templates
– Liferay’s Templating Options

28.Delivering Consistent Content Experiences
– Styling Web Content with Templates
– Creating and Previewing Content Templates

29.Customizing Email Notifications
– Creating Notifications with FreeMarker Templates
– Using Tag Libraries in Templates

30.Customizing Application UIs
– Controlling Application Presentation

31.Advanced Templates
– Using Google Closure Templates with Metal.js

32.Driving the Content Process in Liferay
– Content Management Concepts
– Solving Real-World Content Needs

33.Authoring Content
– Storing Content in Liferay
– Delivering Content to Users
– Managing Content with Sites

34.Web Content Management
– Creating Web Content
– Adding Content to Pages
– Localizing Content
– Document Management

35.Storing Documents in Liferay
– Generating Customer Engagement with Blogs
– Providing Real-Time Updates on Team Projects

36.Organizing Content
– Using Folders to Organize Content
– Tagging and Categorizing Content to Make Searching Faster

37.Managing Content
– Changing Content Display Options
– Automating Content Updates with Asset Publisher

38.Managing Content (continued)
– Applying Consistent Design to Content with Structures
– Improving SEO Ranking with Metadata
– Incorporating Accessibility Practices

39.Syncing Content Between Teams
– Managing Documents with Liferay Sync
– Separating Team Projects Across Wiki Nodes

40.Delivering Content to the Right Audience
– Defining User Segments
– Targeting Content to Different User Segments
– Gathering User Analytics


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