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Create and deploy an OSGi application to Liberty in the cloud

We show how to deploy an OSGi application to Liberty in Cloud Foundry. We use an existing OSGi application tutorial to help you create the...

Get started with a Hello World app on Liberty using WebSphere Developer Tools for Eclipse

How to get started with WebSphere Developer Tools (WDT) for Eclipse to quickly create a Hello World app and deploy it to a Liberty server.

Accessing a MongoDB database from the Liberty profile

Learn how to access a MongoDB database from the Liberty profile. This is a new feature in WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5.

Creating a custom user registry as a Liberty user feature

How to create a Liberty user feature for a Custom User Registry implementation and configure it in a Liberty profile as a user registry for...

How to create an EJB-based web services application

With the WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 Liberty Profile you can use EJBs in a Web Services programming model. We've added the EJB Web...

Using File Service and File Transfer MBeans with Liberty

WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 Liberty Profile introduces 2 new MBeans, FileServiceMXBean and FileTransferMBean, that are available under the restConnector-1.0 feature. Take a look at some...

Create your own simple “Hello World” User Feature

This tutorial will explain how to create, deploy and test a simple user feature with WAS Liberty V8.5.5.

Create a Liberty Profile feature of your very own

This tutorial will take you through creating, deploying and testing a new feature in the WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile V8.5.Next Alpha. As an example...

Creating remote JMX connections in Liberty

WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile provides a new type of remote JMX connector: the REST connector. It supports all operations from the MBeanServerConnection interface, and...

Play with WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Liberty Profile in maven world

Maven is arguably the most popular build and test tool for Java projects. The new WebSphere Application Server Liberty Profile provides a set of plugins...

Simplified development with the WebSphere Liberty Profile

In this video Tim deBoer gives an overview of the Liberty Profile from scratch including the debug capabilities and the WebSphere Application Server Developer Tools.

Running Websphere Application Server Liberty profile on a phone

The following article explains how can you get a lightweight, dynamic OSGi based application server to run on an android phone.

Getting Started with OSGi Applications: Bundle Repositories (Part 4)

In this final post in the series about OSGi Applications we will be looking at internal bundle repositories. An internal bundle repository lets you...

Getting Started with OSGi Applications: OSGi Services and Servlets (Part 2)

Last time in this series we looked at creating a simple OSGi application and used an activator class that is informed when a bundle starts...

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