Category Archives: OSGi

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Configuring OSGi Declarative Services

In my blog post about Getting Started with OSGi Declarative Services I provided an introduction to OSGi declarative services. How to create them, how they behave at runtime, how to reference other services, and so on. But I left out … Continue reading

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OSGi Component Testing

In my last blog post I talked about Getting Started with OSGi Declarative Services. In this blog post I want to show how to test OSGi service components. Unit testing / “white-box testing” The first approach for testing components is … Continue reading

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Getting Started with OSGi Declarative Services

In the last weeks I worked intensively on getting a deeper knowledge in OSGi declarative services. I use them for a while with Eclipse 4, but never had a deep understanding of everything. Well, basically it is not that complicated at … Continue reading

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OSGi – bundles / fragments / dependencies

In the last weeks I needed to look at several issues regarding OSGi dependencies in different products. A lot of these issues were IMHO related to wrong usage of OSGi bundle fragments. As I needed to search for various solutions, I … Continue reading

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Make Retrofit ready for usage in OSGi

Retrofit is a really great library for addressing  REST APIs. It is often used for Android apps, because it is really lightweight and easy to use. I’d also love to use this library for my Eclipse 4 RCP applications, so … Continue reading

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Eclipse Luna M6 – Localization Update

With Eclipse Luna M6 there are some interesting news about localization. Locale changes at runtime The application model is now able to react on Locale changes at runtime. In combination with the Eclipse Translation Pattern that comes with the New … Continue reading

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Eclipse 4 RCP Kindle version available

I finally found the time to publish the Eclipse 4 RCP book also as Kindle version. Amazon USA: Eclipse 4 Rich Client Platform Amazon Germany: Eclipse 4 Rich Client Platform The other Amazon countries should also be available soon, please … Continue reading

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New message extension update

I’m very happy and of course proud to see that the new message extension created by Tom Schindl and me is part of the Eclipse platform with Eclipse Luna M3. If you followed my blog post series about the new … Continue reading

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Eclipse Internationalization Part 4/4 – New Features by Dirk Fauth

Finally I found the time to write the last part of my blog post series about Eclipse internationalization with the new message extension created by Tom Schindl and me. The series started with showing the issues in the current solution … Continue reading

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Leap Motion in Eclipse 4

The Leap Motion device is out! Great news for all who waited for it. For me as an Eclipse 4 enthusiast and a technology lover it was obvious to bring both worlds together. Controlling an Eclipse 4 application with gestures. … Continue reading

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