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DMN editor – Contributors Guide – Part 1

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If you’re reading this, probably you’ve already thought about contributing to an open-source project. However, projects generally have some learning curve, which may intimidate valuable contributors. We do not want that feeling for the DMN editor! So, this is the first of a series of posts that will quickly empower you to contribute to theRead more →

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Learn DMN in 15 minutes (v2)

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In the last few days, I’ve been working on a major update for the Learn DMN in 15 minutes course, and it’s finally finished – the v2 is already online! Some parts of the content are refreshed according to the newest versions of the DMN tooling. Also, the interactive tutorials are not getting users stuckRead more →

DMN editor opens 1.1 and 1.3 assets now

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The DMN editor continues evolving towards making users’ lives as simple as possible. On Kogito 0.8.1, we introduce a new mechanism to open DMN 1.1 and 1.3 assets. We’re still saving your model as a DMN 1.2 asset at conformance level 3. However, now any 1.1 or 1.3 model, non including DMN 1.3 features, isRead more →

DMN lives in the KIE Group YouTube channel

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The KIE YouTube channel is regularly posting quite interesting content! Last week I had the pleasure of presenting a talk about DMN at the KieLive#11 session: Tomorrow (October 27th), Edson Tirelli will also talk about DMN, but from a different and more advanced perspective at the KieLive#12: I’ve just activated the YouTube reminder because IRead more →

DMN editor supports multiple diagrams now

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The DMN editor was already great for expressing business logic and decomposing complex decisions into multiple nodes. However, in some advanced use cases, your graph may get complicated, and your model might look like this: I’ve removed all labels from this example to focus on the number of nodes and their relationship. Even without acknowledgingRead more →

Lists as DMN boxed expressions

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Literal expressions, Decision Tables, Contexts, Relations, Functions, and Invocations are quite powerful boxed expressions already. However, now our editor supports Lists as a new boxed expression type. Lists represent a group of FEEL expressions. You may use it to define complex items for a particular decision, check this example: Notice that each cell of this listRead more →