All the details and downloads can be found on this page:
To summarise, AMF3 for OSGi comes packaged as three functional bundles and a sample application.
- contains the basic AMF3 serialisation API. Some of this is based on the work of GraniteDS
, so thanks go out to that project. This bundle can also be used as a simple JAR file for inclusion in your Java applications.
- allows AMF3 serialisation over HTTP and dependends on the OSGi services that you can imagine it would need (namely, HttpService, LogService, ServiceTracker and optionally, EventAdmin).
- Provides Flex Remoting capabilities for OSGi services over HTTP.
A final note, AMF3 for OSGi is *not* a 'data services' implementation, though it could easily be extended to provide that functionality within the OSGi container.
I am keen to get feedback on this project; both opinion on its value and results from your testing. Either comment here or email me directly at chris.brind @ arum.co.uk.