This article will describe some of the basic foundations of good web application performance, and then I’ll offer the insights taken from a case study based on Process Analytics BPMN Visualization library.
I would like to share my journey from my early Bonita discovery to my very first application completion using this comprehensive tool. This first blog article describes the ramp-up part of this journey, and the development of my BOODLE.
Looking back on my journey, I took note of few particular points that I hope, will help other beginners to ramp up even faster.
When I started as a new employee at Bonitasoft, my team gave me the opportunity to spend some time to build any application I would like using Bonita.
Because I was following the onboarding process, I had the idea to build an employee list application. I appreciated the getting started tutorial and training I received on the Bonita platform that helped me understand how the Bonita platform works, and how to use the Bonita Studio, UI Designer, and Bonita Portal to build a Living Application.
Here, I am going to talk briefly about the project I built using Bonita.
The main objective of my project was to give Bonita user(s) the ability to start a process by clicking a button, fill in the form designed and developed in UI Designer, and launch it on Bonita Portal to see how it looks like as a Living Application.
Bonita Studio lets us create process(es) and define the Business Data Model (BDM) to create a database table containing all the columns (fields) to store information provided by the end users.
Working in a rapidly evolving business environment can be challenging for multiple reasons. The IT domain especially demands that engineers stay up-to-date and perform well to stay up with today's digital transformation train.
Just like top-level athletes, engineers must use their best assets to excel in their craft.
That's what this article is about: How can we apply a champion's mentality and work ethic to our day to day job?