Red Hat BPMS and BRMS 7.0 Roadmap Document – With a Focus on UI Usability

BPMS and BRMS  6.x put in a lot of foundations, but the UI aspects fell short in a number of areas with regards to maturity and usability. In the last 4 years Red Hat has made considerable investment into the BPMS and BRMS space. Our engineering numbers have tripled, and so have our QE numbers.Read more →

User and Group Management UI for Drools and jBPM workbench

Roger has been working on an SPI with a nice UI for the management of users and groups. Now people no longer have to go out to command line or some external tool to add and manage users and groups. We have a pluggable SPI approach with the main implementation currently targeting key cloak. WeRead more →

Extending UberFire with AngularJS for the BPMS Domain

You can now see Alex’s talk, originally created by Kris, showing how to extend UberFire (UF) with AngularJS for the BPMS Domain, using Red Hat BPMS (productized version of jBPM). Everything is built live and in real time. We are making great progress with our UF documentation, including tutorials. UF forms the core ofRead more →

Uberfire, Drools and jBPM High Level Roadmap Slides and Videos from Red Hat Summit 2015

I did a short, 20 minute, high level presentation on some road map items for Uberfire, Drools and jBPM. I have provided the slides here, and it includes some early POC videos. You can see the ongoing L&F work in the link below. The design is sleeker and more minimal. It now has aRead more →

Improved Drools & jBPM Eclipse wizard

Bob has been working on improving our Drools & jBPM Eclipse wizards. The user no longer needs to create runtimes. They can now be created automatically on the fly by the new project wizard. The project wizard will now list examples from the github repository and allow them to be selected and dowloaded as partRead more →

Cell Merging, Collapsing and Sorting with Multiple Large Interconnected Decision Tables

Last month I showed you videos for our proof of concept work, using Lienzo, to see how viable HTML5 canvas is for multiple large interconnected decision tables. Michael’s made more progress adding cell merging and collapsing as well are sorting columns. All still working on truly massive interconnected tables. We plan to make the genericRead more →

Domain Extensions for Data Modeller

Walter is working on adding domain extensions to the Data Modeller. This will allow different domains to augment the model – such as custom annotations for JPA or OptaPlanner. Each domain is pluggable via a “facet” extension system. Currently, as a temporary solution, each domain extension is added as an item in the toolbar, butRead more →

UF Dashbuilder – Activity monitoring in jBPM

syndicated from Last week, the jBPM team announced the 6.2.0.Final release (announcement here). In this release (like in previous ones) you can author processes, rules, data models, forms and all the assets of a BPM project. You can also create or clone existing projects from remote GIT repositories and group such repositories into different organizational units.Read more →

Zooming and Panning between Multiple Huge Interconnected Decision Tables

Michael has started the work on revamping our web based decision tables. We’ve been experimenting with HMTL5 canvas with great results, using the excellent Lienzo tool. First we needed to ensure we could scale to really large decision tables, with thousands of rows. Secondly we wanted to be able to pan and zoom between relatedRead more →