Embed your BPMN and DMN models!

In the last release, we have introduced a new feature that will enable you to embed your BPMN and DMN models on any web application with an iframe. Let’s have a better look at it. We have updated our toolbar on the Business Modeler Preview, and now under the “Share” menu, there is an “Embed” option.Read more →

Kogito Tooling Examples — How to integrate a custom Editor, an existing Editors, and custom Views…

This is part of a series of blog posts, and this one covers “How to integrate a custom Editor, an existing Editors, and custom Views on a Web App”. You can navigate through the series by clicking on the following topics: How to create a custom Editor in a React application; How to create a ChromeRead more →

Kogito Tooling Examples —How to create a more complex custom View

This is part of a series of blog posts, and this one covers “How to create a more complex custom View”. You can navigate through the series by clicking on the following topics: How to create a custom Editor in a React application; How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor; How to create aRead more →

Kogito Tooling Examples — How to create a VS Code Extension for a custom View

This is part of a series of blog posts, and this one covers “How to create a custom View”. You can navigate through the series by clicking on the following topics: How to create a custom Editor in a React application; How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor; How to create a VS CodeRead more →

Kogito Tooling Examples —How to create a custom View

This is part of a series of blog posts, and this one covers “How to create a custom View”. You can navigate through the series by clicking on the following topics: How to create a custom Editor in a React application; How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor; How to create a VS CodeRead more →

Kogito Tooling Examples — How to create a VS Code Extension for the custom Editor

This is part of a series of blog posts, and this one covers “How to create a VS Code Extension for a custom Editor”. You can navigate through the series by clicking on the following topics: How to create a custom Editor in a React application; How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor; HowRead more →

Kogito Tooling Examples — How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor

This is part of a series of blog posts, and this one covers “How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor”. You can navigate through the series by clicking on the following topics: How to create a custom Editor in a React application; How to create a Chrome Extension for a custom Editor; How toRead more →

Kogito Tooling Examples — How to create a custom Editor in a React application

We’re happy to announce our update on the Kogito Tooling Examples to help you understand how to use and integrate the Kogito Tooling packages on your project! The Kogito Tooling packages provide a simple way to start using the Multiplying Architecture. It’s major advantage is enabling you to embed an Editor or a View onRead more →

Kogito Tooling i18n

We’re happy to announce that Kogito Tooling is ready to be internationalized! This means that it will be possible to change the locale and access translations of the Kogito Tooling Channels. To enable this new feature, we developed an i18n type-safe library with React usability in mind, which allows simple and easy integration with anRead 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 →