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Hello authors, I could see another osgi book in mannig's website titled "osgi in depth", is this a advanced book as the title suggest, may be "osgi ina action - vol. 2" ?
 
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Pradeep bhatt wrote:Hello authors, I could see another osgi book in mannig's website titled "osgi in depth", is this a advanced book as the title suggest, may be "osgi ina action - vol. 2" ?



OSGi in Depth goes into some areas (e.g., other OSGi compendium specs) and focuses a little more on the enterprise domain than our book. Our book is meant as a starting point for OSGi developers as well as a reference.
 
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