Getting Started with OSGi (Neil Bartlett)

5 June, 2008 at 12:48 2 comments

Neil Bartlett is a good, maybe but certainly an expert, of OSGi. I have learn alot throught Neil’s Blog; Getting started with OSGi and OSGi Book. I report here these jobs. Enjoy OSGi!!!

Getting Started with OSGi

The following is a list of links to my tutorial series Getting Started with OSGi which is currently running on EclipseZone.

Unfortunately on EclipseZone the new posts push the older ones off the front page, so if you want to refer back to an earlier item in the series then you have to go digging through the forums. Therefore for convenience I will be maintaining links to all parts of the series on this page.

  • Part 1: Your first bundle (PDF)
  • Part 2: Interacting with the Framework (PDF)
  • Part 3: Dependencies between Bundles
  • Part 4: Registering a Service
  • Part 5: Consuming a Service
  • Part 6: Dynamic Service Tracking
  • Part 7: Introducing Declarative Services
  • Part 8: Declarative Services and Dependencie

It follow on http://neilbartlett.name/blog/osgi-articles/

Book – OSGi in Practice

I am currently in the process of writing a book on OSGi entitled “OSGi in Practice”. This will be a free book, released as a PDF under a Creative Commons license.

Lacking a traditional publisher, I would like to ask for your help to review my book, check it for inaccuracies, run the example code, and critique my writing style. In return, you will get early access to sections of the book. All contributions, no matter how small, will be acknowledged in the foreword. I have set up a bug tracker for reporting errors and giving feedback.

The following is an index of chapters. I will add links to PDFs of each chapter as it becomes available.

It follow on http://neilbartlett.name/blog/osgibook/


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