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Getting Started With OSGi

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Please take look for full source code etc. http://www.irahul.com/codepst/

Please take look for full source code etc. http://www.irahul.com/codepst/

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  • 1. Getting started with OSGi Rahul Agarwal
    • What is OSGi
    • Demo App
    • Implementation
    • Q&A
  • 2. What is OSGi
    • Modular framework
    • Modules are known as “bundles”
    • Container that manages the life-cycle of these bundles
    • Provides a mechanism for bundles to share classes and services (SOA in container)
    • Eg: Equinox, Felix, Knoplerfish
  • 3. What are Bundles
    • A JAR file with a special Manifest.mf file
    • Each bundle has its own ClassLoader (isolation within same JVM)
    • May “export” and “import” packages to/from other bundles
    • Bundles may provide/use services to/from other bundles
  • 4. OSGi Layering Source: http://www.osgi.org/About/WhatIsOSGi
  • 5. Demo App
  • 6. Q&A
    • Download source/blog: http://iRahul.com