Maven

OSGi Nirvana within Eclipse

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Extended [55 minutes]
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It's increasingly apparent that OSGi bundle development happens as much with Maven, in a POM-first way, as it does in the more traditional manifest-first ways. This causes a real interoperability problem within Eclipse when you want to work with OSGi bundles coming from the Maven world, and OSGi bundles coming from the Eclipse world. For those at Sonatype working on Maven and M2Eclipse together we are acutely aware of this problem and it's very painful.

Extreme Makeover Eclipse Edition

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Standard [25 minutes]

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Eclipse arrives "out of the box" with everything a developer needs to edit, compile, and test their next killer app. But in today’s highly competitive and complex software development environment, there is much more that needs to be added to the development process in a professional software shop. For example, how can you ensure your code is clean and correct, and that bugs are thoroughly squashed? How can you create a build process that is dependable and reproducible? How do you distribute properly built and versioned components to your colleagues?

Workaround Driven Development : how Maven integrates with Eclipse WTP

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Standard [25 minutes]

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The Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) provides excellent tooling geared toward Java EE development and makes deployment of enterprise applications a breeze, but it’s only good at deploying “Eclipse” projects. Apache Maven, on the other hand, is much more versatile and offers many more features to build your application, but it can feel less productive when it comes to deployment of complex Java EE applications.

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