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Posted by Jan-Hendrik Kuperus at 14:14 on Thursday 28 May    Add 'SpringSource Tool Suite now for free!' site to delicious  Add 'SpringSource Tool Suite now for free!' site to technorati  Add 'SpringSource Tool Suite now for free!' site to digg  Add 'SpringSource Tool Suite now for free!' site to dzone

A few weeks back, SpringSource announced it would make its own IDE completely free. Until now it had only been available freely for personal use, but now they have made it available to everyone for all purposes. So it has become possible to use the SpringSource Tool Suite (STS) for commercial purposes without paying a subscription fee to SpringSource. Check it out, it is a great tool for developing OSGi bundles.

Read the original announcement at the SpringSource Blogs.

Download the STS at the SpringSource website.

–JH

Posted by Barend Garvelink at 15:23 on Tuesday 5 May    Add 'Apache Felix administration with JavaScript' site to delicious  Add 'Apache Felix administration with JavaScript' site to technorati  Add 'Apache Felix administration with JavaScript' site to digg  Add 'Apache Felix administration with JavaScript' site to dzone

In my current assignment we have built an application with a number of modules that can be deployed in mixed configurations. The application is deployed to portable devices, initially a few dozen, ultimately several thousand instances. To deal with these requirements, we used the OSGi platform. We chose Apache Felix as our implementation. Some of our bundles use ManagedService (or -Factory) for configuration. One of the challenges we ran into was the initial installation of our bundles into the framework. We didn’t want to auto.start all of our bundles, which left us with a long list of shell commands to be entered into the Felix console by hand (multiple lists, in fact, for various configurations).

I came up with what I think is a pretty nifty solution.

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Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 7:34 on Tuesday 31 March    Add 'Build and deploy OSGi bundles using Apache Felix' site to delicious  Add 'Build and deploy OSGi bundles using Apache Felix' site to technorati  Add 'Build and deploy OSGi bundles using Apache Felix' site to digg  Add 'Build and deploy OSGi bundles using Apache Felix' site to dzone

Gevonden op IBM developerworks een reeks voor OSGi en Spring: Build and deploy OSGi bundles using Apache Felix.

Develop, build, and package Java™ class components as Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi) bundles and deploy them in the Apache Felix runtime environment. Then use Felix shell commands to start and stop the bundles and dynamically update them.

Beschikbare delen in deze reeks: Part1, Part2

Posted by Jaap Coomans at 12:00 on Thursday 5 February    Add 'SpringSource dm Server: the series' site to delicious  Add 'SpringSource dm Server: the series' site to technorati  Add 'SpringSource dm Server: the series' site to digg  Add 'SpringSource dm Server: the series' site to dzone

In the spring of 2008 we (Jan-Hendrik Kuperus and Jaap Coomans) were asked to write a whitepaper about a new product from SpringSource, which was still called SpringSource Application Platform (S2AP) back then. We went to SpringOne in Antwerp to learn more about this new product. Up untill recently the whitepaper didn’t really come of the ground. Therefore we decided to take a new approach: A series of blogs about SpringSource dm Server. Thus in the next few months Jan-Hendrik and I will publish a two weekly blog series about Spring dm Server. In this first blog we present you with a brief introduction to SpringSource dm Server. We’ll also give an overview of subject you can expect in this series.

Brief introduction

For those who are not familiar with the product yet: SpringSource dm Server is a Java server based on OSGi modularity. It bundles several existing Java technologies together in one product: Tomcat, OSGi (Spring Dynamic Modules) and the Spring framework lie at the base of it.

Subjects

Approximately every two weeks we will post a blog that shines a light on one of the aspects of SpringSource dm Server. To give you some insight on what you may expect below is a list of subjects we are planning to blog about:

  • Architecture overview
  • Installation
  • Tooling
  • OSGi basics and classloading
  • Creating an OSGi bundle
  • Designing a modular application
  • Creating a web application bundle
  • PAR files
  • Deployment and provisioning
  • Logging mechanism
  • Costs and subscription model

If you have any suggestions on topics that are not covered, please feel free to mail your suggestions.


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