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OSGi case study: a modular vert.x


OSGi enables Java code to be divided cleanly into modules known as bundles with access to code and resources controlled by a class loader for each bundle. OSGi services provide an additional separation mechanism: the users of an interface need have no dependency on implementation classes, factories, and so forth. The following case study aims to make the above advantages ...

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Java Modularity Approaches – Modules, modules, modules


I think everybody will agree that writing modular applications and modularity in general is a good thing. But how does support for modularity look like, both from the Java and Scala languages and various Java/Scala frameworks? There’s a lot of different approaches! Let’s look at some of them. Below “protection” means how well modules are separated either at compile-time or ...

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JBoss Modules Example – Modular Web Application


Recently I read Why there is no standard for developing real modular web applications? by Patroklos Papapetrou (also featured in Java Code Geeks). Inspired by this article I decided to check JBoss Modules in action. This post describes my experiment step by step. I’ve started with the following goal in mind – to create a web application using some service ...

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