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Spring and OSGi’s features are a natural fit; they are orthogonal to each other. The Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi) is about packaging, deployment, and versioning issues, while Spring is about providing the necessary foundation to wire up Java classes in their most basic form using dependency injection and aspect orientation to fulfill an application’s purpose. Pro Spring Dynamic Modules for OSGi™ Service Platforms by Daniel Rubio is the first book to cover OSGi as practically implemented by the world’s most popular, agile, and open-source enterprise Java framework, Spring. Covers the ease at which OSGi is used with the Spring Framework in development, packaging, versioning, and deployment. Enterprises are trusting Spring more and more, and this book leverages OSGi in a way that can “complete” the use of Spring in the enterprise, as OSGi is already being trusted and adopted by IBM, BEA, and others. The text discusses how Spring OSGi makes your Spring applications trusted SOA applications. What you’ll learn Understand the fundamentals of OSGi and Spring, and combine the two. Take your Spring applications and bundles, and incorporate OSGi for production-ready packaging, versioning practices, and deployment. Create production–ready Spring Beans by packaging and versioning, and then deploy them. Develop data access methods and means for your Spring OSGi projects. Build and use graphical user interfaces for Spring OSGi. Test, scale, and optimize your Spring OSGi applications for deployment and performance. Who this book is for This book is for Java developers using the Spring Framework who are looking to take advantage of OSGi.