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Spring Dynamic Modules in Action by Arnaud Cogoluègnes

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Chapter 6. OSGi and Spring DM for enterprise applications

You saw in the previous chapter that OSGi lets its modules communicate only by way of services. This helps decouple them and promotes a more modular programming model than in standard Java. Modularity is good for applications, but, as enterprise application developers, we've become negligent when developing enterprise applications in the last few years. These applications grew big and monolithic, did not have particularly strict dependency management, and sometimes used Java introspection ...

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