Everit Development Tools on maven-central

The development tools and components of Everit, which make it much easier to develop OSGi based applications together with maven, are finally available on maven-central. With the new releases it is now possible to:

  • Use any of the existing OSGi environments (felix and equinox are supported at the moment)
  • Create a custom OSGi environment and run the developed application on it
  • Replace maven dependencies in the OSGi container without restarting it
  • Change code and test them by dropping the projects onto an always-on-top window (no full compilation is necessary)
  • Run the tests during the integration-test phase of a maven build (useful on Continuous Integration servers)

To get more information about the usage of the tools, visit our GitHub repositories.


About Balázs Zsoldos

Balazs Zsoldos is the co-founder of Everit. He is the leader of the development of Everit OpenSource Components. Developing Java based solutions is not only his job but also his passion. He believes in simplicity. That is why he decided to design and build as many simple, but useful goal-oriented modules as he can. As the base of the stack, he chose OSGi. Balazs does not believe in monoholitic frameworks, therefore all of the solutions that was designed by him can be used separately. In the beginning of his career, Balazs was a big fan of JEE and Spring. After a while, he changed his mind and started to try replacing everything with non-magical solutions that do not contain interceptors, weaving, etc.

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