Bonita BPM 7.3 brings new features, some specifically requested via feedback from our community and customer users. For example, you’ll find a brand-new “user task list” that was redesigned based on extensive input.
The UI Designer, too, benefits from many user-centered improvements. Have you seen what we’ve said about about dedication to User-Centered Design methodology? The results are now more and more visible.
If you are new to BPM, or to Bonita BPM, attending a BPM Camp is an easy way to start learning more about how to model and automate your processes.
BPM Camp alternates short presentations and hands-on practice. This iterative approach means that you quickly become more familiar with key BPM benefits, the BPMN standard and how to use the main features of Bonita BPM.
BPM Camp is always presented by one of our technical experts. They are familiar with Bonita BPM and have insights on concrete BPM use cases as they are involved in various Bonitasoft client projects.
A major issue has been identified in Bonita BPM Studio 7.2.0 and 7.2.1. This issue is fixed in Bonita BPM Studio 7.2.2. If you are using Bonita BPM Studio 7.2.0 or 7.2.1 we highly recommend you to migrate to version 7.2.2.
To migrate from version of Bonita BPM Studio Community edition to a newer one, simply export all Studio content using "Export" button and import the generated .bos file in Bonita BPM Studio 7.2.2 using "Import" button.
Issue impacts bar files built with Studio 7.2.0 and 7.2.1. No other version are affected.
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?