Last week

Profiling to improve DMN file’s loading time

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One of my passions is to run profiling tools to find places in the code where performance improvements can be made. Sometimes, we are strongly convinced to know where bottlenecks are, and then, after running a profiler, find out that something completely different is making everything slow. This is one of those cases. In thisRead more →

Bend-points and the DMN Editor

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We’ve been working in DMN Editor to improve its user experience. We know that our users sometimes have models with many edges that overlap nodes, other edges and are hard to arrange. Even with features like the multiple DRDs that help users on organizing the content, there are still some cases where users cannot orRead more →

Last Year

Automatic Layout

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One of the biggest vantages of the DMN is that business analysts can visualize the business logic in a way that is also understandable to non-specialists. But sometimes, during the process of getting the knowledge from the head and putting it in a diagram, it may be tricky to layout all the nodes and connections.Read more →