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OSGi and Equinox by Simon Archer, Paul VanderLei, Jeff McAffer

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Chapter 4. Hello, Toast

The temptation with any project is to start big. We could architect an entire complex of bundles, fully proving how our application will function before we write a single line of code. But that’s not how agile projects evolve. And evolve they do. So much so that often the initial code might be totally unrecognizable by the time the project is finished.

So rather than start with architecture, we’ll start with a humble understanding of one simple scenario in the telematics domain. In fact, the first pass at the Toast application will not even concern itself with OSGi at all. By the time this chapter concludes, however, Toast will be built of bundles. In subsequent chapters we’ll add functionality to Toast in terms of both ...

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