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We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Modeler version 1.13.0. This release brings new features and improvements to BPMN properties editing. It also ships with the latest BPMN, DMN and CMMN modeling.

After working hard on rewriting the whole DMN modeling part of the Camunda Modeler for this release we focused on BPMN, making sure that you can use the new features that will be introduced in Camunda BPM 7.9.0.

Edit More BPMN Properties

We’ve added a number of properties that can now be edited:

Besides that we also fixed a number of bugs related to property editing.

Other Improvements

This release also ships with the latest BPMN, DMN and CMMN modeling. This means more improvements and fixes under the hood. Some of the highlights include:

  • DMN decision tables without inputs are supported
  • DMN decision table and literal expression navigation using the keyboard has been improved
  • dots in XML attribute names are handled correctly
  • reserved entities in body properties are now encoded instead of being escaped using CDATA

DMN decision table inputs can be removed

Wrapping up

If you want to try out the new Camunda Modeler you can download it here.

Do you miss anything or spot a bug? Or do you have feedback on this release? Reach out to us via our forums or tweet us @CamundaBPM.

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