Monthly Archives: July 2009

OpenDocument Java API Project Switches from Ant to Maven


July 22, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

ODFDOM, the OpenDocument Java API, has been released. You can read more about the project release here. From the site: “ODFDOM is an Apache 2 licensed Java library to easily create, access and manipulate ODF documents.” What’s interesting about this particular software release is the switch from Ant to Maven. Here’s the quote that caught […]

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Introduction to OSGi with Pax, Maven, and Nexus Professional


July 20, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

We’ve released a pre-alpha version of the Maven Cookbook which contains a chapter on OSGi development with Maven via the Pax plugin from OPS4J. This chapter contains a series of recipes which will walk you through the process of creating an OSGi project, importing bundles from both a Maven repository and existing OSGi Bundle Repositories […]

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Online Maven and Nexus Training Now Available from Sonatype


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Sonatype – the Maven Company – is the best source for learning about efficient infrastructure for your software development teams. Starting this week, it is easier than ever to get started. Sonatype now offers online training courses. No need to book a flight, hotel, or car: all it takes is a high-speed internet connection and […]

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