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naveen gupta
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with so many technologies and frameworks out there, it's like ocean.

I strongly believe that whoever comes up with new framework should have one very good practical demo online like RichFaces have. Below is the link

http://livedemo.exadel.com/richfaces-demo/index.jsp

Do we have anything similar to above for OSGI

Richard S. Hall
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Joined: Feb 14, 2011
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naveen gupta wrote:with so many technologies and frameworks out there, it's like ocean.

I strongly believe that whoever comes up with new framework should have one very good practical demo online like RichFaces have. Below is the link

http://livedemo.exadel.com/richfaces-demo/index.jsp

Do we have anything similar to above for OSGI



Do Eclipse or GlassFish count?

Really, I'm not sure something like this makes sense. It's like saying, what is the practical online demo for object orientation?

Modularity is a design approach. It focuses on cohesion and coupling. OSGi technology doesn't provide you with anything cool out of the box, it only provides you with a toolbox to create enforced, modular (and potentially dynamic) systems. You should think of it as more of a layer above the JVM. You don't use OSGi for the sake of using OSGi, no more than you use Java for the sake of using Java.
Stuart McCulloch
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naveen gupta wrote:with so many technologies and frameworks out there, it's like ocean.

I strongly believe that whoever comes up with new framework should have one very good practical demo online like RichFaces have. Below is the link

http://livedemo.exadel.com/richfaces-demo/index.jsp

Do we have anything similar to above for OSGI

Not as far as I know... but I guess someone could always host an OSGi demo like http://vaadin.com/wiki/-/wiki/Main/Creating%20a%20Modular%20Vaadin%20Application%20with%20OSGi and use the Apache Felix web console to allow remote users to start and stop bundles. But that would only show you a small part of OSGi, a lot of the value is to do with encouraging modularity and that is often invisible
 
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