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Web applications
and web services
This chapter covers
Using the OSGi HTTP Service specification to
serve content and servlets
Using the OSGi Web Applications specification
to deploy WAR files
Using the OSGi Remote Services specification
to provide and consume web services
This is it: the last chapter. We hope that throughout the course of this topic, we've been
able to convince you that OSG i technology is fairly easy to use and extremely powerful.
This final chapter touches on an area that we haven't covered yet but that is hugely
important to many modern developers: web applications and web services. We'll show
you how to build and deploy web applications using OSG i, and the benefits this tech-
nique can bring to traditional web-development frameworks. You'll reuse a lot of
knowledge from earlier in the topic to build a dynamic, distributed OSG i application.
Web-related technologies are ubiquitous. Almost all organizations and many indi-
viduals have some form of web presence, whether via social networking sites, static
HTML pages, simple one-tier web applications, medium-sized n-tiered architectures,
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