Java Business Process Engines
BPMN, CMMN, DMN

Welcome back Joram Barrez

May 29, 2017 | General | No comment

Joram Barrez has been one of the driving forces for open source BPM for almost 10 years. So it wasn’t easy when he needed to step away for some time from the Flowable project. But now he’s back and fully committed to help driving the Flowable project with lots of new energy and ideas. From … Read more

Flowable 6.0.1 release

April 28, 2017 | Release | No comment

Today we released the first bug fix version of the Flowable 6 engine (6.0.1). The 6.0.1 release has the following highlights: Highlights First bug fix release for Flowable 6! Improved LDAP support for the UI apps The i18n in the UI apps is now pluggable and there are some first additional languages included Improved event … Read more

Flowable Enterprise Support Now Available

April 4, 2017 | General | No comment

You may have already seen that core developers from the Flowable Project have joined forces with edorasware. This doesn’t change our commitment to open source, if anything, it gives us an opportunity to do more. What it does mean is that there is now Enterprise Support available for the open source Flowable engines, backed by … Read more

Flowable 5.23.0 release

March 27, 2017 | Release | No comment

Today we released a new Flowable 5.x engine version (5.23.0). The easiest way to start using it is through Maven: <dependency> <groupId>org.flowable</groupId> <artifactId>flowable-engine</artifactId> <version>5.23.0</version> </dependency> The version 5 code is on the flowable5 branch on Github https://github.com/flowable/flowable-engine/tree/flowable5. The version 6 code is on master https://github.com/flowable/flowable-engine. The 5.23.0 release has the following highlights: Great community contribution for collapsed … Read more

Flowable 6.0.0 release

February 15, 2017 | Release | No comment

Today we released the first official Flowable 6 engine version (6.0.0). After a long period of Flowable 6 development, getting community feedback, implementing new features and bug fixes and writing documentation the version 6 is now officially out of beta. The 6.0.0 release has the following highlights: Highlights First official release of Flowable 6! Documentation … Read more

Flowable 6.0.0.RC1 release

December 15, 2016 | Release | No comment

Today we released the first Flowable 6 engine version (6.0.0.RC1). This release is a major milestone before the final 6.0.0 release and we consider the version feature complete. The focus now is to get as much feedback from the community as possible before we can release the final 6.0.0 version. Any help in this is … Read more

Flowable Eclipse Designer 5.22.0 release

November 1, 2016 | Release | 1 comment

Today we released the first Flowable Eclipse Designer version (5.22.0). This is a fork of the Activiti Eclipse Designer with support for Eclipse Mars and Neon versions, and with a number of smaller fixes and features. The code can be found on Github https://github.com/flowable/flowable-designer. The update site can be found of http://flowable.org/designer/update. The zip file of the … Read more

Flowable 5.22.0 release

October 13, 2016 | Release | No comment

Today we released the first Flowable engine version (5.22.0). This release is a fork of Activiti 5.21.0. There have been no package renaming or config file name changes. The easiest way to start using it is through Maven: <dependency> <groupId>org.flowable</groupId> <artifactId>flowable-engine</artifactId> <version>5.22.0</version> </dependency> The version 5 code is on the flowable5 branch on Github https://github.com/flowable/flowable-engine/tree/flowable5. The … Read more

Flowable and Activiti: What the Fork?!

October 12, 2016 | General | No comment

Ironically, the first thing we want to say is that we’re not fans of forking projects. We have been the core developers of the Activiti Java Business Process Management (BPM) project right from its beginnings to its current state, so this has not been an easy or quick decision. We acknowledge Alfresco’s stewardship of the … Read more

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