We at Bonitasoft are open to sharing the lessons we've learned while creating the BPM application development platform that is now Bonita BPM 7. Here’s what we learned when we faced the challenge of deciding which approach to take for our process-based application development platform: do we go with monolithic, or with micro services?
With our first set of video tutorials , we introduced the new features in Bonita BPM 7.
So now that you have developed some interesting processes and applications, let's talk about how to secure your Bonita BPM 7. Already available on our corporate website, we have produced a complete video series:
If you have a Bonita BPM project in production, or are planning to deploy one, you may have considered an upgrade to a Bonita BPM subscription for the professional support and greater flexibility, scalability and integration capabilities. But, how easy is that upgrade going to be?
Bonitasoft is doing a series of webinars to show how it easy to switch from our Community edition to our Subscription edition, with minimal downtime and no data loss.
Everyone is already aware of the Automated Error Reporter Tool - and if you're not I invite you to check one of these articles: reason of this project, InfoQ interwiew. The excellent news is that it is shipped by default in Eclipse Mars. Each time a stacktrace is logged, you can easily report the error with details by clicking View Details in notification popup.
Should the meta files related to an IDE be committed?
There is a never-ending fight over this question. I'm sure that most of the advanced Eclipse users will answer yes but unfortunately in a team you might get some Eclipse haters (and sometimes even IDE haters, who I also call last-century coders). This second and third categories will answer no.
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