DMN editor opens 1.1 and 1.3 assets now

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 →

Kogito Tooling 0.8.0 Released!

We just launched a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 On the 0.8.0 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 Examples Update! We’re happy to announce a big update on the Kogito Tooling Examples in order to help youRead more →

BPMN and DMN Standalone Editors

In 0.7.2.alpha3 we started shipping a new component of the KIE tooling, what we’re calling Standalone Editors. These Standalone Editors provide a straightforward way to use our tried-and-true DMN and BPMN Editors embedded in your own web applications. The editors are now distributed in a self contained library that provides an all-in-one JavaScript file forRead more →

DMN lives in the KIE Group YouTube channel

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 →

Automatically Deploy Dashboards from BC on Dashbuilder Runtime

Business Central is a tool to author and manage assets like processes, human tasks, and much more. It is also a great tool to explore data and display them in any way you want. With Dashbuilder Runtime (DB), we introduced a web application that can run any dashboard exported from Business Central. Dashboards in Business Central BeforeRead 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 →

How to maintain DMN models on Business Central and VSCode

Currently, the DMN editor is supported in a variety of environments. You can create a DMN model in an online editor, in a chrome extension, in a desktop app, in a VSCode extension, and even on Business Central. Until the latest release, you could face some differences between a model created by VSCode and aRead more →