As a small little side project I was working on a standalone version of the Camunda BPMN 2.0 modeling plugin for Eclipse. The Camunda Modeler standalone offers nice little features to better integrate with the operating system and focuses 100% on process modeling. It is available for Mac, Linux and Windows.

Update (2014-02-05)

The project is now an official part of Camunda BPM. Read the official announcement or check out its home on camunda.org.

Features

Notable features are the nice little desktop icon for the modeler

camunda Modeler Desktop icon
Camunda Modeler Desktop icon. Works on Mac and Linux, too.

as well as the ability to directly open BPMN diagrams via double click.

BPMN diagram Desktop icon
Double click to open in Camunda Modeler.

Showcase

Have a look on the short video that showcases the application:


Try it!

The Camunda Modeler Standalone is available for download for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Do you find the Camunda Modeler without the Eclipse IDE part useful? Try it out and tell us what you think on twitter.

PS: This is not an official part of our product offering. Contact me for support or file an issue in the projects issue tracker.

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