Open source projects of Everit Kft.
The sample project for the Everit CookBook tutorials
Updated May 21, 2015
Everit Web Templating
Updated May 18, 2015
Helper library of Everit Component Model to transform annotations into Meta classes.
Updated May 17, 2015
Authenticate users against LDAP server.
Updated May 13, 2015
The main component module of the Everit Component Model that contains the Component class.
Updated May 10, 2015
HTTP Session based authentication Filter and logout Servlet.
Updated May 5, 2015
Configurable components to be able to start one ore more Server instances with pre-defined servlets, filters, etc.
Updated Apr 28, 2015
A Maven plugin that runs Integration Tests inside OSGi containers and collects OSGi Bundle dependencies to be able to use them inside any IDE.
Updated Apr 26, 2015
Configurable component that make it possible to instantiate and register JtdsDataSource and register it as an OSGi service based on the interfaces it implements.
Updated Apr 22, 2015
Updated Apr 14, 2015
Main (configuration) maven project for Everit OpenSource solutions.
Updated Apr 7, 2015
Main (configuration) project for maven based Everit solutions
A set of conventions, recommendations, guidelines and configuration files for Checkstyle and Eclipse to be able to keep the structural quality of the code high.
Interfaces and classes to be able to implement configurable components for Jetty
Updated Mar 30, 2015
Classes that should be used by programmers who create components based on Everit Component Model
Updated Mar 26, 2015
API of extender that picks up Annotated ECM components based on Capabilities
Helper classes for collecting OSGi service references based on clauses and call methods based on reference availability changes
Updated Mar 25, 2015
Implementation of ECM extender that picks up annotated ECM components based on bundle capabilities.
Updated Mar 23, 2015
A simple webconsole plugin that shows the state of the opened ECM Component Containers and their components.
Updated Mar 20, 2015
An API to be able to walk through all of the linkages within an OSGi container. E.g.: Components, services, bundles and their wires.
Updated Mar 19, 2015
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