Propagating OSGi dynamism in web interfaces

This post is the third post of the dynamokos series. This post focuses on the propagation of OSGi dynamism into web interfaces. This became a critical issue, as new innovative and user-friendly web applications must be able to react to ‘server’ changes.

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In this post, we see how to manage the dynamism inside a web interface by adapting the web view dynamically. According to the availability of the dynamokos oracle (a remote OSGi service), the page content is updated.
Three ways are investigated to support the dynamism namely,

  • the auto-refresh
  • the ajax pull
  • the comet push

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