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OSGi and Equinox by Simon Archer, Paul VanderLei, Jeff McAffer

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Part II. OSGi by Example

The best way to learn about the power of OSGi and Equinox is to build a real system. This part of the book guides you through just that. Starting with a blank machine, we walk through setting up Eclipse for OSGi development and then creating, running, debugging, and enhancing a reasonably full-featured fleet management system called Toast. The screen shots here show an example of the Toast in-vehicle client you will build.

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The material in Part II is presented in an informal tutorial style—as if we were sitting with you and guiding you through Toast’s development. You are encouraged to follow along and do the steps described. ...

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