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This demo shows how to create dynamic and modular Web applications with server-side OSGi and Vaadin as UI toolkit.
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README

== Description ==         
This demo shows how to create dynamic and modular web applications with server-side OSGi and Vaadin

== Setup ==
Import all projects in Eclipse
Open project com.siemens.ct.osgi.vaadin.target
Open vaadin.target
Set the target platform
Run existing launch config: OSGi Vaadin Demo

== License ==
All Source Code Files are licensed with the Eclipse Public License - v 1.0
http://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html
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