We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Modeler version 1.10.0.
This time it ships with improvements in the Camunda Modeler and the toolkit that powers it.
We are proud to announce the release of Camunda Modeler version 1.9.0.
It ships with improved label editing, improved snapping for better-looking diagrams and various improvements to the underlying toolkit.
We are happy to announce the Camunda Modeler version 1.5 release!
This release adds the ability to model Decision Requirement Diagrams (DRDs). On top of that, it brings huge performance improvements when working with large diagrams (BPMN, CMMN and DMN) and feature parity with Camunda BPM 7.6.
We are happy to announce version 1.1 of the Camunda Modeler!
This release provides an update on CMMN modeling, adding the ability to model on-part as well as discretionary connections. Diagram search is now available for CMMN diagrams along with modeling support for a number of other elements.
We are happy to announce version 1.0 of the Camunda Modeler!
This release contains many new features and stability fixes that significantly improve the modeling experience. Working with large diagrams should be a lot faster due to features like copy and paste, searching and custom element templates. In addition to that, we are introducing CMMN support in the Modeler.
The newest release of our Camunda Modeler includes basic CMMN modeling. You can create, open, save and export CMMN diagrams. Inside the diagram you can create, move, edit, replace and delete CMMN elements. Try it out!
Element templates for BPMN diagrams is one of the exciting features shipped with the latest release of our Camunda Modeler. They allow developers to extend the modeler with custom controls for certain BPMN elements.
A template, once selected for a diagram element, provides custom fields with domain specific validation of user input.
I want to start with a quote of myself (to give you a good impression on my ego ;-)):
When authoring rules in a more agile, business-friendly way, do not forget about testing them in a more agile, business-friendly way.
This post shows various approaches discussed on the roadshow.