What is new on Business Central, from Foundation Team perspective — November, 2019

Recently, we pushed a lot of cool new features on Business Central added by Foundation Team. Those features will be available soon at 7.30 release[1]. This post will do a quick overview of those. I hope you guys enjoy it! [1] As we deliver incrementally, some of these features are already released on previous versions. HighRead more →

Kogito Tooling Release: DMN support and Chrome Extension PRs visualization

We are happy to announce a fresh new Kogito Tooling release that includes a major milestone for our team — the DMN support for VSCode and GitHub Chrome extension. We also added some important enhancements to our GitHub Chrome Extension. Now users will be able to not just edit but also visualize DMN/BPMN diagrams — what is especially coolRead more →

BPMN Chrome Extension Released (alpha)

Are you tired of (impossible) big XML code reviews of BPMN diagrams on GitHub Pull Requests? We know your pain and that is exactly the reason why we just released a new Chrome Extension that allows visualizing and editing BPMN files directly on GitHub’s interface. 🎉 Before diving on details, let’s take a look atRead more →

Clustering on Business Central 7 series: the missing manual

One of our major goals in 7+ series of Business Central is to gradually move towards a cloud-ready environment. (Porcelli and I will talk about this on next Oracle Code One). In that direction, in 7.0 we did a major rewrite of BC clustering technology, moving away from Zookeeper and Helix in order to simplify theRead more →

Transparent CDI Events Distribution in a Cluster Environment via Metaprogramming

In my opinion, one of the great features of the JavaEE/Jakarta EE programming model is the CDI event mechanism. But how this mechanism works in a cloud environment? Have you ever wondered what you can achieve if you are able to fire a CDI event on one machine and observe it on the other node?Read more →

5 Pillars of a Successful Java Web Application

Last week, Alex Porcelli and I had the opportunity to present at JavaOne San Francisco 2017 two talks related to our work: “5 Pillars of a Successful Java Web Application” and The Hidden Secret of Java Open Source Projects.   It was great to share our cumulative experience over the years building the workbench andRead more →

Kie Uberfire Social Activities

The Uberfire Framework, has a new extension: Kie Uberfire Social Activities. In this initial version this Uberfire extension will provided an extensible architecture to capture, handle, and present (in a timeline style) configurable types of social events. Basic Architecture An event is any type of “CDI Event” and will be handled by their respective adapter.Read more →