JFrog CTO Yoav Landman on why the welcome new release has put innovation back into the heart of the platform, and the big looming modularity issue.
The Java Classloader is a part of the Java Runtime Environment that dynamically loads Java classes into the Java Virtual Machine. However there are some various ways in which the classloading process can end up not working. Let’s take a look
Modularization of a web application can be tricky when working with JSP templates. Christian Robert helps make the process less painful.
IBM’s Holly Cummins and ‘Diabolical Developer’ Martijn Verburg discuss ways of overcoming complexity in software development. Recorded at JAX London 2012.
Mark Reinholds forthright explanation of Project Jigsaws delay has failed to quell dissent – but we agree that its probably the right call.
A tour through the OSGi tool chain with Holly Cummins and Valentin Mahrwald.
“How do I run modular OSGi based applications in the Cloud?”
Mike Milinkovich blogs on what JSR 337 could mean for the future of OSGi.
New project proposal to bring a modular framework and OSGi-like capabilities to Flex development.
The OSGi Alliance respond to the latest blog posts on OSGi, by clarifying what exactly OSGi is trying to do.
Is overcoming the learning curve of OSGi today, worth modularity tomorrow?
In the second part of our interview with Kirk Knoershild, JAXenter finds out how modularity can help bridge the gap between architects and developers, and which piece of open source software Kirk views as getting modularity ‘right.’
After his JAX London keynote on OSGI in the enterprise, JAXenter caught up with Kirk Knoershild to get his advice on building flexible software systems, and how he sees modularity relating to OSGi. Stay tuned for Part Two!