Kogito Tooling history and custom Envelopes

Since the beginning of Kogito Tooling our goal has been clear — We want to bring existing (and new) components and features to different mediums, allowing users to choose what works best for them. This post covers a little bit of the development history of our project and also presents a new concept called Custom Envelope, whichRead more →

Enhanced Keyboard Shortcuts on Kogito Tooling

Today we merged our new Keyboard Shortcuts API. It gives editors the power to add custom reusable keyboard shortcuts that work in all channels! For the existing editors — BPMN, DMN and SceSim — we maintained the same mapping, but we did some under-the-hood enhancements that will make the experience even better. The coolest featureRead more →

Kogito Tooling Chrome Extension improvements

This week we released version 0.2.5 of our GitHub Chrome Extension featuring a major improvement — GitHub Personal Access Token and GitHub’s official API integration. This update allows users to provide a Personal Access Token to the extension so that the BPMN/DMN editors can be used on private repositories and also so that we can avoid delaysRead more →

Building your own Custom Editors with Kogito Tooling NPM packages

With the first alpha release of kogito-tooling published to NPM, we’re happy to announce that you can too build VSCode and Chrome extensions that feature a custom editor. If you haven’t seen them in action take a look at this blog post announcing the VSCode extension and this other one announcing the GitHub Chrome extension.Read more →

Introducing AppFormer.js: React components on Red Hat Business Central

Introducing AppFormer.js: React components in Red Hat Business Central Recently AppFormer.js initiative PRs were merged into KIE master branches. This means that it’s now possible to write React componentes and use them inside Business Central! 🎉 In this post, I’ll show how we achieved this and what needs to be done to create your own AppFormer.js componentsRead more →

Running multi Workbench modules on the latest IntelliJ Idea with live reloading (client side)

NOTE: The instructions below apply only to the old version of the gwt-maven-plugin At some point in the past, IntelliJ released an update that made it impossible to run the Workbench using the GWT plugin. After exchanging ideas with people on the team and summing up solutions, some workarounds have emerged. This guide provides informationRead more →