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jBPM Form Builder follow-up

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Greetings. There are a few items I will be adding to the Form Builder in the next few weeks, including the following: Create user roles for different menu optionsIt’s important to have different roles with separate functions. Certain profiles, i.e. web designer, could edit any visual component. However, a functional analyst might need to haveRead more →

jBPM Form Builder capacities

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jBPM Form Builder has started to grow as promised. It is time to make a thorough description of what we have now on this tool. UI components So far, you can have any combination of the following elements in your form: Headers and Labels: The basic two sizes of text most basic users need, forRead more →

jBPM Form Builder project follow-up

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We’re currently working on a series of addins and refactors to make the form builder more user friendly. For starters, the UI was changed a bit to be less of an eyesore, as you can see on this snapshot: Also, work has started on the following subjects, that have been waiting for a while: InsertingRead more →

jBPM Form Builder project follow-up of the week

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As I’ve mentioned before, the jBPM Form Builder project has been going for a few weeks and it’s getting more interesting every week! Today we finally added a REST API that allows the project to store and obtain form definitions in Guvnor. The API exposes forms through the URL: http://yourserver.com/org.jbpm.formbuilder.FormBuilder/fbapi/formDefinitions/ And UI components throught theRead more →

jBPM Form Builder follow-up

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jBPM Form Builder has changed a lot in the last week. We can finally add menu items to the server configuration from the UI, so you can save custom UI components to be reused by other users, or by you at some other time. Here’s a small demo to see it working. Here’s a currentRead more →

jBPM Form Builder project startup

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Greetings from Argentina. My name is Mariano De Maio. I’m currently working for Osde on a jBPM sub project for Form Building. Osde is the largest healthcare organisation in Argentina and a big believer and investor in Open Source technologies; they are making it possible for me to work full time on this project forRead more →