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Dashbuilder Runtime Embedded Mode

Dashbuilder Runtime (DB) allows you to run your dashboards in a cloud-ready web application. Since jBPM 7.40 users can access their dashboards by logging directly into DB or they can bring dashboards to their application by using the improved embedded mode. With embedded mode Dashbuilder Runtime can be part of users’ own application. The REST APIRead more →

Multi Dashboards support in Dashbuilder Runtime

Foz do Iguaçu Falls In a recent blog post, we introduced Dashbuilder Runtime and mentioned that you can either select a ZIP file to be started as the dashboard or upload a dashbuilder one time to be used. These behaviors are called Runtime mode, and they are STATIC and SINGLE_IMPORT. In release 7.42 we introduced aRead more →

Introducing Dashbuilder Runtime

Business Process monitoring via dashboards and reports is a crucial part of a successful business automation deployment. In Business Central (BC), it is possible to monitor the execution of processes and human tasks using dashboards. Under the hood, every dashboard living in BC is actually built with a tool called Dashbuilder. It allows users toRead more →

Backend support on Kogito Tooling

Developers can now augment the capabilities of their editors by connecting backend services through an infrastructure that has been included in Kogito Tooling. Lots of possibilities of executing code outside the client are enabled/facilitated with this new infrastructure, such as calling a java local backend service, reaching an HTTP endpoint, triggering a command in the terminal,Read more →

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 →

What is new on Business Central, from Foundation Team perspective — September 2020

We recently pushed many cool new features and bug fixes on Business Central added by Foundation Team. Those features are available at the 7.43.0 release. This post will do a quick overview of those. I hope you guys enjoy it! Dashbuilder Runtimes Since some release ago, we have introduced a new standalone application called Dashbuilder Runtimes. ThisRead more →

Kogito Tooling 0.6.1 Released!

We just launched a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 On 0.6.1 release, we made a lot of improvements and bug fixes. This post will do a quick overview of those. I hope you enjoy it! Kogito Tooling CI Improvements Since the beginning of the project, we have been using GitHub Actions to build kogito tooling repositories,Read 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 →

Kogito Tooling daily releases

If you are eager to try out the latest features of Kogito Tooling and don’t want to wait for the next release cycle, it is now possible to access the daily builds of our entire stack, including Business Modeler, VS Code Extension, Desktop, and Chrome Extension. How to access it? Every day, we release a newRead more →

3 Steps to Online VS Code Experience for Business Automation Developers

Some days ago, Alex Porcelli shared a great demo of Business Automation tooling working inside GitHub Codespaces. Github Codespaces is still on early access, but while you wait for it, the good news is that you can use the same BPMN and DMN extensions inside Visual Studio Code Online. Here is how to setup: Step 1:Read more →