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Tasklist

Class Not Found? There’s a simple solution

Written by Bernd Rücker on , under Community category.

Generali Switzerland deployed Camunda BPM to production in less than six months, with no prior BPMN knowledge. You’ll find some more details about it in this case study. But integrating and deploying a new tool into your own technical environment is never entirely smooth sailing. In this blog post, we share how Generali’s engineering team was able to troubleshoot issues around running multiple workflow engines in their microservices architecture. You might also want to watch Generali’s presentation at CamundaCon 2018.

Using React Forms with Tasklist

Written by Martin Stamm on , under Community category.

Camunda’s Tasklist is excellent when you have user tasks and don’t want to use or build a custom solution. Embedded Forms offer great flexibility when it comes to designing user interfaces. In recent years, React became one of the most popular libraries for building user interfaces. In this blog post, I will show you how to use React forms together with Tasklist.

Custom Tasklist examples

Written by Felix Müller on , under Camunda BPM category.
Camunda’s flexible architecture allows users to combine the workflow engine with custom user interfaces. The Camunda BPM Platform itself comes with a default Tasklist. But what happens if we don’t like the approach or the technology used behind the default Camunda Tasklist? How can we build our own Tasklist that leverages Front-End frameworks and technologies that we have chosen as a user rather than Camunda? Throughout this blogpost I will showcase how different Front-End frameworks can be used together with Camunda BPM to build a custom Tasklist.