Interview with Chris Aniszczyk on Eclipse’s increasing adoption as a runtime technology, modularity and e4.
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?
As the XML frameworks and plugins grow, Dave Carver suggests creating a sub-project to better facilitate their growth and visibility.
Will OSGi ever move into the mainstream?
Right now, OSGi is the most widely acclaimed technology that nobody is using, writes Kirk Knoerschild.
Milestone 2 of ScalaModules 2.0 has been released. This release adds a new filter DSL, and filter support to finding […]
Milestone 4 of the Lift Web Framework version 2.0, is now available. Lift is a Scala web framework for writing […]
Last release for recently-donated dm Server.
New version of Spring Framework.
Eclipse Live are due to host a webinar on Eclipse Gemini on April 13th, 2010. The webinar will detail the […]
The Apache HttpComponents project have released HttpComponents HttpCore 4.1-beta1. This is the first BETA release of HttpCore 4.1. HttpCore are […]
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.’
Version 1.0.0 of the Notes/Domino C Api toolkit Javaddin is now available. Javaddin is a domino addin task for creating […]