This is the last article about OSGi which I'm going to write (for now). We already discussed the basics of Apache Felix and Eclipse Equinox. We know how to run these OSGi engines and we covered some of the commands we can use in the OSGi console.
Now it's time to fulfil the cycle and create our own OSGi bundle. This is not supposed to be another OSGi tutorial - I'll just show you step by step how to compile & build the bundle and how to work with it in the OSGI console.