We are happy to announce the Camunda Desktop Modeler 5.10 release.
This release includes new features in forms such as FEEL templating for text components and flexible layouts. It also introduces a visual grid for diagrams. As usual, the new Modeler extends support for Camunda 8, this time adding the ability to model signal start events, catch-all error events, and define due and follow-up date properties for user tasks. Camunda 7 BPMN support was extended by adding validation for processes.
Continue reading to learn more about these features. Download the latest Camunda Desktop Modeler release to get your hands on the improvements.
New features in forms
Text components now support FEEL based templating by using a templating language called feelers. Templating properties makes dynamic content creation possible within forms.
Here is an example of how to use feelers to introduce dynamic content to a Text component:
Forms now support more flexible layouts by allowing to arrange components in columns.
Visual grid for diagrams
Modeling BPMN and DMN diagrams just became easier with the aid of the new visual grid.
Data handling for Camunda 8 BPMN
When defining input and output mappings, the FEEL editor will suggest variables in the current element’s scope based on other mappings created.
You can also define additional data via the newly added `Data` section in the properties panel. This section allows adding example data to elements which is used to provide more variable suggestions.
Extended support for Camunda 8 BPMN
The latest release included added support for Camunda 8 BPMN. You can now model signal start events and catch-all error events. You can now also define due and follow-up date properties for user tasks.
Extended support for Camunda 7 BPMN
We expanded our support for Camunda 7 BPMN by adding validation for processes.
There is more
We added several other improvements to enhance the user experience further. Please refer to the changelog for a comprehensive list of all updates.
Download the new Modeler, give it a try, and, most importantly, share your feedback.
Did we miss anything? Did you spot a bug, or would you like to suggest an improvement? Reach out to us via our Camunda forums, tweet us @Camunda, or file issues you found in the Camunda Modeler issue tracker.
Stay tuned for future updates.