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

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Chapter 10. Pluggable Services

The previous chapters have focused on topics that are vital to the development of a production system. We have a bit of functionality, a client that interacts with a back end, and some rudimentary tests. We can even package up Toast and run it as a stand-alone application. To be certain, there is still a lot left to do to make Toast more useful and robust. Of all that remains to be done, there’s one big thing that Toast still lacks: reality.

Toast is based on fake devices. No matter how far you throw your computer or how hard you smash it against the wall, the GPS won’t change, and the airbag won’t deploy. In a real telematics system, we need to interface to the GPS and airbag hardware in the vehicle by way of ...

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