Our experience with performance testing a Bonita page with Puppeteer and Lighthouse
Front end developers are interested in knowing how well user-facing web pages in an application perform, especially where high performance is needed. This article describes how our development team has set up performance testing, with the ultimate goal of automating these tests, using complex data.
A good UX requires consistent page layouts and consistent widgets within pages. When I do not find the right widget as part of the provided ones, I create mine to make sure I can build the UX I would be proud of. As a side benefit, having widgets tailored to my needs, saves my time and efforts and allows me to be more efficient at my work.
In my blog posts, I am going to explain how to create a custom search widget in Bonita UI Designer.
We have a process that is used by all business units, where the approval task needs to be seen and completed by a separate group of users for each business unit.
Set candidates for a task based on the user groups in the organization and assign the same task to different groups, based on a Variable set in the process through a drop down select widget in the instantiation form.