In the first part of this article, enRoute inventor and OSGi mastermind Peter Kriens explained the role of OSGi enRoute. In the second part, he will offer further clarifications regarding version 1.0 of OSGi enRoute framework.
Version 1.0 of OSGi enRoute framework was launched in September 2015. enRoute inventor and OSGi mastermind Peter Kriens explains the project in a two-part article.
2016 has just begun and it is already bombarding up with promises of a sunnier IoT perspective and a heftier collection of tips and tricks to facilitate developers’ performance. This JAX Magazine issue is packed with proof that OSGi is regaining momentum and other concepts that have one purpose and one purpose only: to curtail unproductive operations -it’s our treat!
In a world where billions of devices are being connected to the Internet, the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes an increasingly important domain. IoT offers a lot of opportunities for new and innovative applications, for example turning your home into a smart home, or turning cities into smart cities, by intelligently connecting sensor input data to various actuators.
OSGi Allance VP Susan Schwarze provides an overview of the latest developments driven by the OSGi Alliance and recommendations on how you can get involved.
JAR hell is an endearing term referring to the problems that arise from the characteristics of Java’s class loading mechanism. Nicolai Parlog is on hand to go through the different problems you might come across whilst exploring these Java anomalies.
In the past two to three years, OSGi has gone from being an outdated Java-based connected home specification to a mainstream IoT technology. Here we take a look at the myriad of IoT standards and the most successful examples of OSGi IoT implementations.
The OSGi μservice model is a paradigm shift, argues OSGi proponent Peter Kriens. But much of its audience remains blind to its advantages.
Inside the open Home Automation Bus project, which is aiming to be your go-to for all home automation needs.
For more than a decade, the doors were closed on OSGi specification development to the public. Now, the OSGi Alliance are welcoming feedback from onlookers.
Just what the Internet of Things needed – a new Eclipse project dedicated to bringing OSGi capabilitities to M2M.
Java EE 7 support and Orion improvements are on the menu for the open sources latest release train
Torsten Mielke introduces some powerful OSGi and ESB concepts through the former FuseSource, now Red Hat led project
The veteran Eclipse project moves beyond the browser to support new clients.