Documentation: Extending Liberty

Setting up and installing features from an on-premise Liberty repository

The Liberty Repository is the place to find Liberty content such as runtimes and features. The Liberty Repository is hosted by IBM but you can,...

Single sign-on with Google on Liberty

OpenID Connect 1.0 (OIDC) is a simple identity protocol over OAuth 2.0. You can configure your Liberty applications to use Single Sign-on with Google so...

Getting Java apps talking to Arduino

Arduino is an open source, low-powered, low-cost microcontroller. It's often used in Internet of Things projects to take input from sensors in the environment and...

Creating a custom user registry as a Liberty user feature

How to create a Liberty user feature for a Custom User Registry implementation and configure it in a Liberty profile as a user registry for...

Create a User Feature with an OSGi Service

This article is a continuation from the previous "Create your own simple "Hello World" User Feature".

Create your own simple “Hello World” User Feature

This tutorial will explain how to create, deploy and test a simple user feature with WAS Liberty V8.5.5.

Create a Liberty Profile feature of your very own

This tutorial will take you through creating, deploying and testing a new feature in the WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile V8.5.Next Alpha. As an example...