• Camunda Modeler 2.7.0 release

    The Camunda BPM team is pleased to announce the release of Camunda Modeler 2.7.0. This release is dedicated to align the latest improvements of Camunda BPM 7.2 with the modelers properties panel. Find a complete list of issues solved in this release in JIRA. This release covers Eclipse Kepler and Juno/Indigo as well as the Camunda Modeler Standalone. The new features were mainly developed by Roman! What’s inside? We exposed the attributes we have added with the Modeler release 2.6.1 on the properties panel, namely i/o mapping, connectors and asyncBefore/asyncAfter. Two new tabs were added to the properties panel in order to configure Input/Output parameter and connector settings. A new input dialog was implemented for adding and editing the parameter details. Find a complete overview...

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  • Automated UI testing with Camunda web applications and IntelliJ IDEA

    Automated user interface (UI) tests are an effective way to ensure the functionality of your webapp. Furthermore, they serve as E2E tests as they simulate real user interaction and stimulate the whole application down to the database. BUT, automated UI tests are presumed to be hard to maintain and difficult to understand. Small changes in the webapp’s GUI have massive impact on the test suite to result in refactoring the test cases. Especially when the tests are built by screen recorder. Another weakness is the response of UI tests. UI tests are perfect to avoid regression running on a CI server all night long. But what if the front-end developer wants to get quick feedback during development? In this post...

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  • camunda Modeler 2.6.0 released: Field Injection, properties panel and bug fixes

    The camunda BPM team is happy to announce the release of camunda Modeler 2.6.0. This release contains updates on the properties panel, a new properties tab, bpmn 2.0 alignment and bug fixes. Find a complete list of issues solved in this release in JIRA. This release covers Eclipse  Eclipse Kepler and Juno/Indigo as well as the camunda Modeler Standalone. The new features and bug fixes where mainly developed by Kristin! Asynchronous Continuation on Parallel Gateways As the parallel gateway is a synchronizing gateway, it is subject to optimistic locking. The new feature allows you to use the engines JobExecutor Retry mechanism for resolving optimistic locking conflicts without impacting the preceding tasks. Field Injection We introduced a new tab to configure field injections for the following elements: Service...

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  • camunda Modeler 2.5.0 released: Extension elements, properties panel and bug fixes

    The camunda BPM team is pleased to announce the release of camunda Modeler 2.5.0. This release is dedicated to align the latest improvements of camunda BPM 7.1 with the modelers properties panel. Furthermore we implemented a new properties tab for extension elements and of course we fixed bugs.  Find a complete list of issues solved in this release in JIRA. This release covers Eclipse Kepler and Juno/Indigo as well as the camunda ModelerStandalone. The new features where mainly developed by Kristin! Furthermore Roman did some great bugfixes.  Properties Panel We aligned the elements of the properties panel with the latest engine features released with camunda BPM 7.1. Follow Up Date According to CAM-1654 you can define a follow up date for...

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  • camunda Modeler 2.4.0 released: Design / Source View and enhanced file handling

    Today we are happy to announce the new release of our camunda Modeler. Beside a couple of bug fixes this version adds a Source / Design view switch and an enhanced file handling. Checkout the complete list of issues solved in this release. And of course, try out the new modeler and tell us what you think via our forums or on twitter. The new features were initially developed for camunda Modeler Standalone and are now incorporated into the main modeler codebase. Thanks to Nico’s  work we could align the development of both projects. Source/Design View A feature that allows you to switch from the design perspective to the underlying BPMN 2.0 xml. Use the source view to see what is behind the graphical representation or to edit custom attributes....

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