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What is the difference between OSGi in Action, OSGi in Depth and this book?

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Developing an enterprise OSGi application. Camel in Action, Second Edition. The benefits of sharing—and how to achieve them in your bundles. Sep 16, 6: An architectural overview of OSGi.

Lucene in Action, Second Edition. Using your remote application. Dynamically extending the paint program. Decoupling with dependency injection. Reviewing the benefits of the modular paint program. The what and why of OSGi. The definitive guide to using Enterprise OSGi in the real world.


Sep 19, 1: About the authors Richard S. Object-relation mapping through JPA.

Migration and integration Currently available chapters cover modular web applications, persistence layers, transactions, application packaging, good practices and some more advanced service registry techniques.

Putting it all together by extending Blueprint Hi, I can understand why you might be concerned about which book is right for you, and I’m sure that in many ways all three books would osyi useful to you.

We believe these topics best address Enterprise development on the OSGi platform. Delving deeper into modularity 5. Decoupling bundles using services. Securing your applications Building bundles Appendix B. Simplifying launching of the framework.

Persistence pays off 3. OSGi is a Java-based framework for creating applications as a set of interconnected modules. In-depth look at bundles and services 4.

You’ll learn how to migrate legacy systems to OSGi and how to test, debug, and manage applications. Versioning packages and bundles. JUnit in Action, Second Edition.

Table of Ij takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents.

OSGi in Action: Creating Modular Applications in Java

Managing with JMX Launching and embedding an OSGi framework You’ll start with the central ideas of OSGi: Managing permissions with Conditional Permission Admin. The Remote Services Specification. Transactions and containers 8. Table of Contents takes you straight to the book detailed table of contents. The principles of remoting.


First, it provides a clear introduction to OSGi concepts with examples that are relevant both for architects and developers. Packaging your enterprise OSGi applications 4. Moving toward bundles Chapter 7. An example library conversion—logging frameworks in OSGi. OSGi in practice Chapter 6.

A world of events 6. The need for more than modules. Enterprise OSGi in Action only provides details from the core specification that are relevant to enterprise application development, but includes more information on tools for building and testing Enterprise Applications. Remote services and the cloud Alexandre de Castro Alves.

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