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Business Modeler Hub Preview Released!

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Last month, we released a new piece of our tooling strategy, the Business Modeler Hub Preview. A single place where you are just one click away from all our tooling channels. The Hub is available on all platforms: Linux, Windows, and macOS. You can also download it via the Business Modeler website. Business Modeler Hub Preview Currently,Read more →

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

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What is new on Business Central, from Foundation Team perspective — March 2020 Recently, we pushed a lot of cool new features on Business Central added by Foundation Team. Those features are available soon at 7.34 release. This post will do a quick overview of those. I hope you guys enjoy it! Branch support on REST APIs Users can leverage branchRead more →

Kogito 0.2.9/0.2.8 Alpha Release

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We are happy to announce a fresh Kogito Tooling release! On this release, we did a lot of improvements and bug fixes. We progressed a lot on the DMN/BPMN Editors, delivered a brand new UX for the Online Editor and also improved a lot the ‘native’ experience of VSCode. Another important milestone achieved is the first experimentalRead more →

BPMN Chrome Extension Released (alpha)

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Are you tired of (impossible) big XML code reviews of BPMN diagrams on GitHub Pull Requests? We know your pain and that is exactly the reason why we just released a new Chrome Extension that allows visualizing and editing BPMN files directly on GitHub’s interface. 🎉 Before diving on details, let’s take a look atRead more →

5 Pillars of a Successful Java Web Application

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Last week, Alex Porcelli and I had the opportunity to present at JavaOne San Francisco 2017 two talks related to our work: “5 Pillars of a Successful Java Web Application” and The Hidden Secret of Java Open Source Projects.   It was great to share our cumulative experience over the years building the workbench andRead more →