Last 6 months

Create dashboards using YML with Dashbuilder

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Creating a dashboard using pure YML from data from any JSON document is now possible using Dashbuilder! You are not even required to install anything, just access Dashbuilder Online Editor and start your dashboard! How it was possible Dashbuilder was moved to Kogito Tooling and the client was decoupled from the backend. With this changeRead more →

JSON DataSets in Dashbuilder

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Datasets providers run on the same process as Dashbuilder, which means that if you only use a specific provider, all the others are idle, as part of Dashbuilder. In addition to that, we need to maintain all providers.  In the most recent release a new dataset provider type was added: External Data Sets. With ExternalRead more →

Last Year

Announcing DashBuilder 0.14.1

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We are glad to announce that we are releasing DashBuilder 0.14.1! The major change for this new release is the adoption of Quarkus as the backend for Dashbuilder Runtime and the introduction of Dashbuilder Authoring, a new tool to create dashboards. The project code has also moved to Kogito tooling, which means that it willRead more →

DashBuilder: Getting Started Guide

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DashBuilder is a full-featured web application that allows non-technical users and programmers to create business dashboards. Dashboard data can be extracted from heterogeneous sources of information such as Prometheus, JDBC databases, or regular text files. The resulting dashboard can be deployed in a cloud environment using DashBuilder Runtime. In this guide, we will show you howRead more →

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Kafka Monitoring Dashboards with Business Central

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Kafka is one of the major platforms for async communication in cloud computing and jBPM has a nice integration with it, making it part of a business process. In real-world projects, monitoring the Kafka queues used by jBPM can help you to identify process bottlenecks. Previously we talked about Prometheus data sets in Business Central viaRead more →

Building Dashboards using Plain Java

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DashBuilder is a great tool to author dashboards that can consume and display data from many sources, i.e. Prometheus, JDBC, Kie Server, and others. These dashboards can be later exported to a ZIP file and then be executed on DashBuilder Runtime. Recently, we added a new alternative to create those dashboards: a pure Java API.Read more →

Dashbuilder External Components Javascript API

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External Components were introduced in Developing Custom Components for Dashbuilder post. At that point, if your component wants to consume Dashbuilder data, it has to manually handle the messages coming from Dashbuilder (DB) to build our component. As the library components grew, we wanted to avoid repeating code like model class definition and the windowRead more →