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How can we populate a select widget based on an External API, Javascript, or a Json variable.

To populate the list of available values of a select widget using an External API for example, you can do the following:

1) Create an External API variable, example : externalAPIVaribale
Value : ../API/identity/user?p=0&c=10&o=lastname%20ASC&s=will&f=enabled%3dtrue

This API returns :

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Dear Community,

I am pleased to announce that I just released the Bonita Escape game on our Community GitHub.

Mickey Farrance
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You never know what you're going to find in the community contributions - the Bonita community is wide and deep!

A Simple Business Collaboration Scenario was recently contributed by community member allweyer, aka  Prof. Dr. Thomas Allweyer, Department of Computer Science and Micro Systems Technology at Fachhochschule (University of Applied Sciences) Kaiserslautern (Germany).

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Here is an explanation of how to add your own custom widgets to the applications generated by Bonita Open Solution. This is something a lot of Bonita Open Solution users have been asking for on our forum, and here is one solution!

In this mini-tutorial, I'll use Bonita Open Solution 5.4 with its new HTML widget in the form designer, but the same method can be applied to older releases of BOS. You'll simply have to use a Message widget with the "Allow HTML" flag set to true.

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Do you know the MINI Cooper series? It's a zippy little car and Mickey loves it. She decided to share an application to design and buy your own MINI.