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Editor's note: This project is no longer maintained and has been archived. However, you can still access the sources on GitHub. It has been almost a year since the last restfuse news. In the meantime restfuse was adopted by a lot of individuals and companies. Since the last release the development continued on github and made it now worthwhile to publish an update. Last week we released...

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Back in January 2012, I wrote about the release of the OSGi JAX-RS connector in version 1.0. The connector gives you the opportunity to publish resources by registering @Path annotated types as OSGi services. I'm glad to say that the connector is in production use in many projects. It is pretty stable and as a result there was not much need for maintenance. So, why...

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In a recent blog post Peter Kriens commented that the OSGi service model is as important as object-orientation. I feel the same - I don't want to write software without this concept anymore. But for me, the service model only makes sense when it's used together with the modularity OSGi provides. I think the modularisation layer is the greatest advantage of the OSGi platform and...

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Editor's note: The Restfuse project is no longer maintained and has been archived. However, you can still access the sources on GitHub. As you might know from previous posts, most of my work time has something to do with the development of REST based systems. The systems we develop are mostly written in Java. To ensure that a system works, we have a step in our...

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A few months ago I introduced you to REST. Since then my Google Summer of Code project, REST abstraction for ECF, has been accepted and a lot of work has been done. Scott Lewis and I wanted to make the use of any REST services as simple as possible and whats simpler for a bundle developer than an OSGi service? First I want to give  you...

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