Packt is pleased to announce GateIn Cookbook, with an aim to help readers learn the installation and configuration of GateIn with various application servers. Written by Ken Finnigan, Luca Stancapiano, Piergiorgio Lucidi, the book is ﬁlled with bite-sized recipes for quick and easy problem resolution.
GateIn merges two mature projects that have been around for a while, Jboss portal and eXo portal for easy creation of virtual portals at runtime. It is an open source website framework that lets users select their preferred choices and effectively integrates different web frameworks into a single website.
GateIn Cookbook begins with the installation and conﬁguration of GateIn and then swiftly moves on to discussing content, users, and security. The second half covers all aspects of developing on a portal, such as portlets, gadgets, migration, and integration. Furthermore, it will guide the readers through the process of conﬁguring and securing a portal, managing content and resources, and developing applications as they go.
Using this book, readers will learn to manage the contents, themes, navigation, pages and all documents on the portal through the UI or XML files, pass events and messages between portlets in the portal, irrespective of how they are deployed and modify page names and portal structure through the Management Component command line.
Written in a cookbook style, the book includes a series of practical recipes which represent solutions to problems and popular activities in a concise but detailed manner. The book is out now and available from Packt in print and popular ebook formats. To read more about it or download a sample chapter, please visit the Packt web-page.
|All you need to develop and manage a GateIn portal and all available portlets
For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/building-portals-with-gatein-cookbook/book