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JavaRebel vs OSGi

 
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In OSGi, I can export a service interface and run concurrent implementations of that interface on the same VM. And I can selectively migrate my app to use a new interface without restarting the app. Is JavaRebel capable of doing the same ?

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OSGi and JavaRebel are not mutually exclusive. JavaRebel reloads changed classes, OSGi lets you manage modules/bundles granually. OSGi won't reload your classes, it will let you load new versions of modules/bundles.

JavaRebel works with OSGi, specifically the development of Eclipse plugins using Equinox(implementation of the OSGi) bundles.
 
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Here is an article that explains that very well:
http://zeroturnaround.com/blog/jrebel-vs-osgi-use-the-right-tool-for-the-right-job/

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