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Headless eCommerce - Common architectural elements

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 2 - Common architectural elements  In our  from this series we introduced a use case around headless e-commerce for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for researchi…


Design Tools Highlights on Kogito and Business Central, April 2021

By Eder Ignatowicz

In the last months, the Design Tools Team released many cool new features on and . This post will do a quick overview of those. I hope you enjoy it! DASHBUILDER PROGRAMMATIC LAYOUT API Until the launch of this new API, the only way to create dashboa…


This Week in JBoss - 8 April 2021

By Don Naro

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 8 APRIL 2021 Hello! Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial that brings you news and updates from our community. RELEASE ROUNDUP Let’s start things off with congrats to the teams on their hard work! * is rele…


How to Interact with Business Processes Using Camel Routes

By Hao Wu

The JBPM KIE server has a rich set of REST APIs that allows control over business processes and other business assets. Interaction with business processes is straightforward and easily accessible. Usually these APIs are used by the Business Central …


Infinispan 12.1.0.Final

By Tristan Tarrant

Dear Infinispan community, As a belated surprise in your chocolate egg this year is a brand new final release. Infinispan 12.1 includes a bunch of new features and fixes. OUT-OF-THE-BOX AUTHORIZATION IN THE SERVER The biggest change is the fact that…


Quarkus 1.13.1.Final released - Bugfixes

By Quarkus

It has been a week since the release of 1.13.0.Final so it is time for our traditional .1 release. 1.13.1.Final is a maintenance release fixing bugs and improving the documentation. 1.13.1.Final is a safe upgrade for everyone using Quarkus 1.13. If …


Headless eCommerce - An architectural introduction

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 1 - An architectural introduction We’re kicking off another series sharing a new architecture blueprint. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge crea…


JAX-RS ParamConverter with Quarkus

By Resteasy

Integrating Kogito and Business Central projects using Git

By Lubo Terifaj

ABOUT With the VSCode Kogito Bundle extension, you can author processes, rules, or test scenarios directly in VSCode without the need to run the whole Business Central. If you would like to know how to create, build and deploy the projects in VSCode…


Point of sale - Example image distribution architecture

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 3 - Example image distribution architecture In our  from this series we shared a look at the logical common architectural elements found in  point of sale imaging solution for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use…


How the new FEEL code-completion works under the hoods

By Guilherme Carreiro

Context-aware code-completion is one of the most important features an IDE can provide to speed-up coding, reduce typos and avoid other common mistakes. Kogito Tooling 0.9.0 release will bring enhanced code-completion for Literal FEEL expressions: L…


Quarkus 1.13 released - DevServices, Kubernetes Service Binding, OpenTelemetry

By Quarkus

Today, we announce the availability of Quarkus 1.13.0.Final. This release brings several new features: DevServices simplifies testing with containers. OpenTelemetry is now supported via two new extensions. Kubernetes Service Binding simplifies the d…


Migrating existing applications to Quarkus with Migration Toolkit for Applications

By Quarkus

The evolution of Java Java is a language that never ceases to impress me. From its conception, to the first Java Virtual Machines with the premise of “write once run anywhere”, to Tomcat or to the Enterprise Edition standards (whether J2EE, or Java …


Scorecard Editor

By Michael Anstis

We are delighted to announce that preliminary work on a PMML (4.4) Scorecard Editor has completed. Overview A VSCode extension has been published to the and can be added to your VSCode installation. The release is considered alpha and primarily aime…


Point of sale - Common architectural elements

By Eric D. Schabell

Part 2 - Common architectural elements In our  from this series we’ve introduced a use case around point of sale imaging for retail stores. The process was laid out how we’ve approached the use case and how portfolio solutions are the base for resea…


Batch solving an AMQ queue that contains planning problem data sets in a scalable way

By rsynek

If I want to solve many data sets of a planning problem every night, what architecture can easily scale out horizontally without loss of data? In this article, we will take a look at how to use a transactional AMQ queue in front of a set of stateles…


GitOps with ArgoCD and Hashicorp Vault on kubernetes

By Architecting the deconstruction

Last month I was picking my brain about GitOps and how this model fits with other kubernetes technologies like operators and backups. I decided to give it a try with ArgoCD. I created a private repo on GitHub, and started to set up everything. Sudde…


This Week in JBoss - 25 March 2021

By Kevin Conner

THIS WEEK IN JBOSS - 25 MARCH 2021 Welcome to another edition of the JBoss Editorial where we search through the JBoss Community for interesting articles and updates INTRODUCING THE PROLIFIC ERIC SCHABELL If you are a regular reader of the J…


NEW model-specific DMN kie-server endpoints

By Matteo Mortari

Modernising kie-server with new and more user-friendly DMN endpoints, better Swagger/OpenAPI documentation, easier JSON-based REST invocations; an intermediate step to help developers transitioning to service-oriented deployments such as a Kogito-ba…


Point of sale - An architectural introduction

By Eric D. Schabell

This article kicks off the first in the series sharing another new architecture blueprint. It’s focusing on presenting access to ways of mapping successful implementations for specific use cases. It’s an interesting challenge creating architectural …


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