We are happy to announce the latest release of our Camunda Modeler, version 1.16.0 shipping with an improved minimap and a number of improvements and bug fixes. It also ships with the latest BPMN modeling.
Wildfly Swarm is a way to build your Java EE application with just enough of the application server, packaged in one
This is usually the way to go, when building microservices architecture, when each service is such kind of Jar, containing the server runtime inside it.
For those who want to try it out, the community extension is now available to easily include Camunda Engine and/or Web applications into Wildfly Swarm projects.
We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize version 2.1.0-alpha2.
This release marks the second alpha release of Camunda Optimize 2.1.0. It is also the last alpha release of Optimize 2.1.0 before we release the final version of 2.1.0 next month. The current alpha version handles authorization for users and process definitions so that only users who are authorized to access Optimize can use it and can only see the Process Definitions they are allowed to see. In addition, we added the possibility to add external reports to dashboards and added a new Progress Bar Visualization for single number reports.
Camunda BPM platform 7.9.0 is now available, and the highlights are:
- Clients for External Tasks
- History Cleanup Performance Improvements
- Transient Variables
- New Features in Camunda Cockpit
- 119 Bug Fixes
We are happy to announce the latest release of our Camunda Modeler, version 1.15.0. The release ships with numerous small usability improvements. With a new version of our BPMN toolkit under the hood it brings the long-awaited ability to model data stores between participants/pools, too.
We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Modeler version 1.14.0. This release ships with the possibility to create new diagrams from empty files, Signavio compatibility and the latest BPMN, DMN and CMMN modeling.