Liferay Faces Alloy is distributed in a
.jar file. You can add Liferay Faces
Alloy as a dependency to your portlet projects, in order to use AlloyUI in a
way that is consistent with JSF development.
During the creation of a JSF portlet in Liferay IDE/Developer Studio, you have the option of choosing the portlet’s JSF Component Suite. The options include JSF standard, ICEfaces, PrimeFaces, RichFaces, and Liferay Faces Alloy. You can visit the JSF learning path to walk through this process.
If you selected the Liferay Faces Alloy JSF Component Suite during your
portlet’s setup, the
.jar file is included in your portlet project using Maven.
The Liferay Faces Alloy project provides a set of UI components that utilize
AlloyUI. For example, a brief list of some of the supported
aui: tags are
If you want to utilize Liferay’s AlloyUI technology based on YUI3, you must
include the Liferay Faces Alloy
.jar file in your JSF portlet project. If you
selected Liferay Faces Alloy during your JSF portlet’s setup, you have Liferay
Faces Alloy preconfigured in your project, so you’re automatically able to use
As you can see, it’s extremely easy to configure your JSF application to use Liferay’s AlloyUI tags.
Liferay Faces Alloy UI Components
Creating and Deploying JSF Portlets
Developing Liferay Faces Portlets with Maven
Understanding Liferay Faces Bridge