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From Christian Schneider <ch...@die-schneider.net>
Subject Re: java dsl vs blueprint xml
Date Tue, 15 Dec 2015 14:05:43 GMT
How about using blueprint to boot up camel context and still do the dsl 
in Java?
You can refer to a bean that represents a RouteBuilder.

Christian

On 15.12.2015 15:01, souciance wrote:
> Hello,
>
> We are in a project and have evaluated both the java dsl and blueprint and
> we plan to deploy our routes to Karaf.
>
> I understand that developing using blueprint will make the deployment
> easier. However I have some reservations about blueprint.
> 1) It is in xml and not java so thats additional layer to work with.
> 2) Unlike in the java dsl, you cannot split the routes into several files
> and import them.
> 3) A lot of the documentation provides most of the examples for the java
> dsl.
> 4) The java dsl is easier to read for existing java developers.
> 5) Will blueprint exist in 5 years?
>
> Do you as Camel users/developers have any specific thoughts on this?
>
> Best
> Souciance
>
>
>
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