Wednesday, July 13, 2011

jBPM Form Builder project follow-up of the week

As I've mentioned before, the jBPM Form Builder project has been going for a few weeks and it's getting more interesting every week! Today we finally added a REST API that allows the project to store and obtain form definitions in Guvnor. The API exposes forms through the URL:

http://yourserver.com/org.jbpm.formbuilder.FormBuilder/fbapi/formDefinitions/

And UI components throught the URL

http://yourserver.com/org.jbpm.formbuilder.FormBuilder/fbapi/formItems/

Here's a video by clicking on the screenshot



As new functionalities go, the Form Builder now has the following new features:

- REST API for forms and ui components
- Copy / Cut / Paste functionalities, both with keyboard shortcuts and menu options
- Tree view, from which there's a screenshot below:



You can see all new technical configurations from here
See you all next wednesday for a new update, and feel free to comment!

1 comment:

  1. Hey Mark; wanted to comment and say this is great that it is moving along.

    I think we should consider building this, though, off of like CKEditor or TinyMCE. By doing this, we could focus on making strictly plugins that write templated HTML into the WYSIWYG editor.

    Check out:
    http://ckeditor.com/demo
    You will see at the top right there are already field buttons on the UI.

    I think this would give a much richer experience, and those projects already are open sourced. Thoughts?

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