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Pictures about Everit OSGi Eclipse plugin

We are close to the first release of the Everit OSGi Eclipse plugin that will: will show the OSGi environments that are configured in eosgi-maven-plugin lets the programmer start, stop and debug the OSGi environments supports live-upgrade of the environment

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How do you use OSGi? (part 3)

A couple of weeks ago I sent a form to OSGi dev mailing list. I have started to share the summary of answers with the community. As there were many questions, I decided to split the content and publicize it

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How do you use OSGi? (part 2)

A couple of weeks ago I sent a form to OSGi dev mailing list. I have started to share the summary of answers with the community. As there were many questions, I decided to split the content and publicize it

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How do you use OSGi? (part 1)

Two weeks ago I sent a form to OSGi dev mailing list. My goal was to have an idea how others use OSGi in their projects. In the last couple of years, we developed 100+ OpenSource modules, Maven plugins and

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eosgi-maven-plugin 3.3.0

We are happy to announce the version 3.3.0 of eosgi-maven-plugin! This release contains the following features: Mac OS X support Analyse goal Updating coding conventions and cleaning code Updating default Felix pack to 5.2.0 Updating default Equinox pack to 3.10.100

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web-partialresponse 1.0.0

I am happy to announce that web-partialresponse 1.0.0 is released and is available on maven-central. The goal of the library is to have a similar functionality as JSF has with AJAX requests. There is a servlet based class that can

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