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From JARs to Bundles to Resolutions to Knowledge - Raymond Auge

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OSGi Community Event 2016 Presentation by Raymond Auge (Liferay, Inc.)

Creating a modular system leads to a number of benefits, from technical improvements to organizational improvements. However, at scale modularity can require a significant amount of mental energy. The OSGi model is fundamentally based on the idea of injecting knowledge into individual modules which frameworks use to great effect. But given hundreds or thousands of modules the sheer volumn of information can make reasoning about them difficult. Luckily OSGi defines mechanisms for performing operations to reason over arbitrary number of modules. This talk will review and demonstrate the capabilities of these mechanism.

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From JARs to Bundles to Resolutions to Knowledge - Raymond Auge

  1. 1. From JARs to Bundles to Resolutions to Knowledge Raymond Augé <raymond.auge@liferay.com>
  2. 2. Modularity!
  3. 3. Resolving Dependencies
  4. 4. The Artifact Identity Model
  5. 5. The Artifact Identity Repository Model
  6. 6. Limitations of the Identity Model
  7. 7. Ask yourself what your CTO wants?
  8. 8. As a developer what do I want?
  9. 9. Evolve from Identity to Requirements!
  10. 10. OSGi
  11. 11. The Requirements and Capabilities Model
  12. 12. Standardized Expressions See resources ->
  13. 13. Enriching Knowledge of Artifacts
  14. 14. Mechanisms for Enrichment See Resources ->
  15. 15. Resources at -> https://github.com/rotty3000/osgi.web.boot.http.example/tree/osgice-2016-1 https://github.com/rotty3000/papersntalks/tree/osgice-2016-1/2016/OSGI-CE

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