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Kogito Tooling daily releases

If you are eager to try out the latest features of Kogito Tooling and don’t want to wait for the next release cycle, it is now possible to access the daily builds of our entire stack, including Business Modeler, VS Code Extension, Desktop, and Chrome Extension. How to access it? Every day, we release a newRead more →

3 Steps to Online VS Code Experience for Business Automation Developers

Some days ago, Alex Porcelli shared a great demo of Business Automation tooling working inside GitHub Codespaces. Github Codespaces is still on early access, but while you wait for it, the good news is that you can use the same BPMN and DMN extensions inside Visual Studio Code Online. Here is how to setup: Step 1:Read more →

Security management API

We are adding another important feature in Business central that will allow users to interact with Business central security management systems via APIs. This means users can do all the security management operations with these API’s that they can do with UI screens. Significance of this feature For Business central it’s important to support user interaction fromRead more →

Undo, Redo, ‘is Dirty’ State on all Kogito Tooling channels

We just released some enhancements on the Business Modeler that will allow you to have more control over your work, showing when a file was edited or giving the possibility of undo/redo operations. The new State Control API is now integrated on the Business Modeler Preview (Desktop and Online) and on our Chrome Extension (checkRead more →

Kogito Tooling 0.6.0 Dev Preview 2 Release

We are happy to announce a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 The extensions for VS Code and Google Chrome are also available. On this release, we did a lot of improvements and bug fixes, they are listed below. Photo by Douglas do Vale New features VS Code KOGITO-2076: Open File API KOGITO-2180: Use KeyboardShortcutsAPI with StateControlAPI (Undo/Redo) KOGITO-2542:Read more →

Flexible processes in Kogito – Part 2

In the previous blog post Flexible processes in Kogito – Part 1 I talked about the new components and functionalities for flexible processes introduced in Kogito 0.12.0. In this post I will walk you through an example process putting all this in practice. Service Desk process The flexible-process-quarkus example is available in the kogito-examples GitHubRead more →

Flexible processes in Kogito – Part 1

What are flexible processes you might be wondering about? If you are familiar with Case Management you will get it quickly. If not, I suggest you start here. As a brief introduction. In Case Management there is the concept of Case that is opened. Then the knowledge workers will perform tasks or update the Case-relatedRead more →

Making Executable DMN Modeling More Business-Friendly

presentation byBruce Silver, MethodAndStyle.comand Matteo Mortari, Red Hat At this year’s Decision Camp 2020, I had the opportunity to present with Bruce Silver a complete overview of the DMN Validation features, and some of the research areas we are working together on: I hope this can be an helpful summary of what you should look at whenRead more →

We are on the Chrome Store!

A while ago, we released our Chrome Extension as a developer extension (you can read more about it here), and now we are happy to announce that we published our BPMN, DMN & Test Scenarios Editors for GitHub extension on the Chrome Store. Now it’s simple and easy to start using it. Here is a quick example:Read more →

Delivering domain logic with Custom Tasks

Custom Tasks, a.k.a. custom Work Items are used when the natively provided components are not clear enough to demonstrate the required domain demands. See examples of domain-specific tasks that a business user would find useful to have available in the process designer: Enhance customer data; Validate Personal ID against Official State Service; Check customer healthRead more →