Eclipse 4 - Using Spring OSGi services for dependency injection and how to define own annotations
Standard Talk [25 minutes]
This talk consists out of two parts.
In the first part we see how we can use Spring blueprint services to define Spring Beans as OSGi services. This enables us to use these services in your Eclipse 4 application model via dependency injection.
In the second part of this part, we demonstrate how we can define your own annotations and annotation processors in Eclipse 4. As a demo we use this Eclipse 4 feature to get the JPA persistence manager injected into our application.