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Do you know where we can see some popular application which was made based on OSGi and Spring, better more if there are sources for it?
 
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Tomasz Prus wrote:Do you know where we can see some popular application which was made based on OSGi and Spring, better more if there are sources for it?



I don't know of any "popular" OSGi/Spring-DM applications, but...I can certainly speculate.

I know (from hearsay) that LinkedIn is built on Spring and has dabbled in OSGi. To what extent I do not know. And I'm certain that there's no source code for you to see. But LinkedIn is somewhat popular.

I'll call on the Spring-DM and OSGi community to help me answer this question...I'm not sure of any such application that includes source for you to browse...but I'm sure one exists. Anyone?
 
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Started with OSGI and Spring DM just some months ago, 2 students guided by me are now working on building an OSGI - Spring DM application for inpatient management.
At the beginning phase of this project, we felt very difficult to find a sample project built on OSGI to refer. Not all of tutorial samples available on the Internet works. However, we are making some progress now. At the end of this month, we hope to complete the project. Source code will be published for OSGI community.
 
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