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Resources

Seeing is doing, so come and learn how to do things. In this section of the site, you will find various resources to help including tutorials, videos, articles, and presentations.

OSLC4JS is a set of related open source projects that support the creation and integration of Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC)-based client and server applications that leverage JavaScript and Node.js capabilities. OSLC4JS projects cover the complete end-to-end capabilities required to build, extend, and integrate web apps that exploit OSLC integration capabilities and linked data resources. Why should I contribute? Because you’ll see a lot of benefits. Developers will find that it makes it easy to add OSLC capabilities to any Node or Express Web application, including client and server components of that application.

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OSLC4JS

OSLC4JS is a set of related open source projects that support the creation and integration of Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC)-based client and server applications that leverage JavaScript and Node.js capabilities. OSLC4JS projects cover the complete end-to-end capabilities required to build, extend, and integrate web apps that exploit OSLC integration capabilities and linked data resources. Why should I contribute? Because you’ll see a lot of benefits. Developers will find that it makes it easy to add OSLC capabilities to any Node or Express Web application, including client and server components of that application.

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Debunking the OSLC Link-Only Myth

Most large organizations require dozens and sometimes hundreds of specialized software tools to manage the lifecycle of the physical products or software applications they create. It isn’t hard to imagine the monumental waste these organizations incur in attempting to manually coordinate the efforts of the teams that use these many disparate tools to create a single product. Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an open community for creating specifications for integrating lifecycle activities across tools to address this problem.

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Beyond PLM

A blog, by Oleg Shilovitsky, for the community of people looking for information about Engineering and Manufacturing Software. This has much information relevant for the OSLC community. Visit

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Developing OSLC Applications

Get started with developing OSLC applications “OSL-whaaaat now?” Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is a community that writes specifications to integrate software. Learn more at Why develop OSLC applications and at our main site. For a high-level overview of how to add OSLC support to software, we recommend our video “Getting started on implementing OSLC“: The description on YouTube includes a table of contents and links to references.

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Get started with developing OSLC applications

“OSL-whaaaat now?” Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is a community that writes specifications to integrate software. Learn more at Why develop OSLC applications and at our main site. For a high-level overview of how to add OSLC support to software, we recommend our video “Getting started on implementing OSLC”: The description on YouTube includes a table of contents and links to references. Explore our tutorial For a more detailed look at what goes into OSLC support, read through our tutorial “Integrating Products with OSLC”, which walks you through building an adapter that adds OSLC support to the popular Bugzilla defect-tracking software.