Modularizing an Existing Portlet

An application with properly modularized plugins offers several benefits. You can release individually its plugins without releasing the entire application. External clients can consume services from particular plugins without having to depend on an entire application. And by splitting up large amounts of code into concise modules, teams can more easily focus on particular areas of the application. These are just a few reasons to modularize application plugins.

In these tutorials, you’ll learn how to convert your traditional application into modules. Before getting started, it’s important to reiterate that the module structure shown in these tutorials is just one of many ways for structuring your application’s modules. Also applications come in all different shapes and sizes. There may be special actions that some applications require. These tutorials provide the general process for converting to modules using Liferay’s module structure.

Here’s what’s involved:

The instructions apply to portlets for both Liferay DXP Digital Enterprise and Liferay Portal CE.

The first thing you’ll do is create your application’s web (client) module.

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