Stackshare.io is a cool website that allows anyone to present and share their tech stack and to document their decisions about it.
We’re happy to say that Bonita is now on the list of tools available. If you’re using Bonita, feel free to add it to your stack or consider building your stack and adding us during the process!
Why developers like Bonita BPM
You can also check out the stacks we use at Bonitasoft.
Ismail is back with a new example: HR Review
Bonita Community member Ismail has created and shared ReviewBuddy, an app that automates review processes.
It begins when an HR representative notifies employees to draft reviews, continues through to the final validation of reviews by HR, and creates a PDF summary of each review.
This new project includes lots of useful BPM concepts:
Parallel & exclusive gateways
Insert data in a .docx/.odt template connector
Generate a PDF from an Office document
Thank you Ismail!
Learn more about our bonita community contributions
GitHub provides a token that you can use to authenticate on behalf of GitHub Actions.
If you are using GitHub Actions to build your Bonita projects and want to secure access, you can configure a GITHUB TOKEN and use it to login with the Bonita Git feature.
This is part of GitHub's strategy to move to tokens for authentication. Be ready for this, because begining August 13, 2021, they will no longer accept account passwords when authenticating Git operations on GitHub.com.
Resolving Maven Dependency Conflicts with a Bill of Materials (BOM)
As Java developers, we may be maintainiing many applications using Maven for dependency management. These applications need upgrades from time to time to be up to date and to add new features or security updates.
This article looks at Java dependencies in Maven.
This month we feature a community user who is multi-disciplinary, using Bonita Community for his teaching and research projects
Maurício is responsible for research at the UFSC in Brazil. He's created - with 4 other teachers and 4 students - the Business Process Automation Office (BPAO), originally Escritório de Automação de Processos de Negócios (EAPn), as a result of a Research Project and an Extension Project with the Technology Center - CTC/UFSC. Its purpose is to deepen knowledge about the implementation of a Business Process Automation Office in a university environment, and to offer its services to the academic community.
The project researches the feasibility and benefits of implementing a Process Automation Office and proposes a model for structuring and implementing BPAOs EAPs in Higher Education Institutions (HEI).
Mauricio's goal is to deploy the culture of business process management in an academic environment, with process automation through practices to optimize business processes. With better processes, they hope to improve the results of the organization (UFSC) and customer satisfaction.
They are already seeing the results of their work with 5 processes developed and used in transport, travel clearances, mail and user access.
Prof. Maurício F. GALIMBERTI,
Dr. Professor Adjunto UFSC/CTC/INE Florianópolis / SC / Brasil