Bonita 2021.1 is available from today, bringing unified development tools between the open source and commercial editions of the Bonita Platform for the business and IT teams who are responsible for delivering enterprise automation projects.
The last 2 posts in this series about “a closer look at Bonita 2021.1” were dedicated to design and development in Bonita Studio, through new teamwork development and connectivity capabilities. Today you’ll see how easy it is to create powerful user interfaces with the WYSIWYG UI Designer.
Bonita Community and Bonita Enterprise in the 2021.1 release are more powerful than ever, together. We'll be talking more about what's under the hood in the days leading up to its release on 28th of January.
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, we wonder about the possible impacts this virus will have on our daily lives, and consequently on our working conditions.
Something that came to mind almost right away: "What will happen with the development practices that have been implemented recently at Bonitasoft?" We used to regularly see five people from the R&D gathered together in front of a screen. They call it "mob programming.” How does that work today, with the new rules of social distancing?
I asked Julien, one of our developers, to tell me a bit about mob programming, to explain how it worked before, and how it works today. Here’s what I learned.