To allow new automated workflows and more customizability when creating or editing .dmn/.bpmn files on VS Code, on Kogito Tooling 0.16.0, we introduced new extension settings that allow users to define where to save and what to call the generated SVG files. Check out the example below: AVAILABLE SETTINGS Both DMN e BPMN Editors nowRead more →
The Kogito Tooling release 0.16.0 includes three container images to make it easy to deploy the KIE Sandbox to an OpenShift instance. All these container images are publicly available on Quay.io. Let’s describe the container images and check out how to deploy them in this post. KIE Sandbox Extended Services Formerly known as KIE Tooling Extended Services, theRead more →
Decision Model and Notation (DMN) is designed to catch the crucial business logic which affects decisions. It’s not meant to be a replacement for a general purpose programming language. FEEL is a powerful expression, but it is on purpose designed to be an expression language and not an imperative language to avoid bringing in theRead more →
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 →
Introducing Smart Scroll Creating and managing BPMN/DMN resources can be a daunting task. Projects can come in many shapes and sizes and with varying levels of complexity. Consequently, being able to locate and identify nodes is of utmost importance. Focusing on easing the load of such demands, we introduce Smart Scroll for BPMN/DMN editors. AvailableRead more →
Kogito Tooling Released! 10k+ installs on BPMN extension, Dashbuilder Runtime in Quarkus, and an outstanding KIE Live next week!
We have just launched a fresh new Kogito Tooling release! 🎉 On the 0.14.1 release, we made a lot of improvements and bug fixes. This post will give a quick overview of our most recent releases. I hope you enjoy it! Don’t miss the KIE live next week Our beloved .new environment will receive aRead more →
To provide better integration with the KIE server and Business Central, on the Kogito Tooling 0.14 release, we introduced a way to, on VS Code, automatically generate SVG on each save of your BPMN and DMN Diagram. Take a look at this feature in action: How to configure it To auto-generate on VS Code theRead more →
Do you know it is possible to authenticate to Business Central Storage (niogit) using SSH Key-Based Authentication? If you don’t, let’s learn how we can do it in this post. Business Central storage internally is git-based and we also expose cool additional features to more advanced use cases. One of these hidden gems of BusinessRead more →
The latest addition to our Process Designer is a great feature that enhances the work with formulary data types. We added the ability to define the data type once and use it wherever the data type is needed to be used, as in Process Imports, Process Variables, Global Variables, DataObjects nodes, Multiple Instance Sub-processes andRead more →
This the first of a series of posts presenting our new Runtime Tools Quarkus extension, which brings the main features of both Management and Task consoles to the development environment in a much easier way to set up.