Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Red Hat JBoss BRMS and BPMS Workbench and Rich Client Technology

Last week I did a blog highlighting the recent R&D we are doing to make our web platform easily extensible and allow the development of a self service apps platform. The blog had two video links showing progress.

Today I gave a presentation that highlighted the wider scope of our UI efforts; demonstrating what we've done within the BRMS and BPMS platform and the flexibility and adaptability provided by our UI technology. It provides a great testimony for the power of GWTErrai and UberFire, the three technologies driving all of this. We can't wait for the GWT 2.7 upgrade :)

As mentioned in the last blog the UberFire website is just a placeholder and there is no release yet, we'll be working on that over xmas, along with documention to make things more easily understandable and consumerable for end users.

The presentation is now live up on Slideshare and I've taken time to embed all the video's within it.

The presentation is mostly self explanatory screenshots with headers with videos scattered throughout - many of which are previous video's you might have seen before. It provides a very good over, using scatter gun approach, of what we have done, what we are doing and where we are going. Two of the videos around the extensible workbench and the technical web ide have audio commentary.

It starts by showing the existing BRMS and BPMS stuff before moving onto the new extensibility efforts. Finally it covers a new demo we've done with the workbench reskinned for a more technical audience. It also shows ACE integration for java and xml editing, as well as real time provisioning and running of Spring Pet Clinic application within the workbench.