OSGi in Practice
by Neil Bartlett
Publisher: njbartlett.name 2009
Number of pages: 313
Java alone does not support modularity in any useful way. However, Java's great strength is its flexibility, which has allowed a powerful module system to be built on top. That module system is called OSGi. OSGi is nothing more nor less than the way to build modular applications in Java.
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by Tim O'Brien, Stuart McCulloch - Sonatype, Inc.
This is an initial pre-alpha version of the Maven Handbook. This handbook covers: Developing OSGi Projects with the PAX Plugin, Scripting Builds with Apache Ant, Scripting Builds with Scala, Scripting Builds with Groovy, and more.
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