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Joget Workflow v4 - App Generator

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In continuing our series of articles on what some of the new v4 features are, here is a preview of another new v4 feature.

App Generator

To further make development on the Joget Workflow platform even easier and seamless, we are looking to develop an App Generator feature onv4. The App Generator will enable user to generate a full fledged Joget Workflow app using the platform.



Example:  First step, create the form in JogetWF. Second step, run the App Generator, JogetWF will generate all the process, datalist, userview, etc. Third step, Configure and Setup the App.

Please feel free to share your thoughts with us.

Again... the usual disclaimer... please note that we reserve the right to make changes to the features and release dates stated above :-)

Joget Workflow v4 - Mobile Web Front-end

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In continuing our series of articles on what some of the new v4 features are, here is a preview of another new v4 feature.

Mobile Web Front-end

Our vision of Joget Workflow to be a platform for building process-centric web app also extends to the mobile web.



In this next release, our goal is to enable all apps built on the Joget Workflow platform to be automatically supported on the mobile device. We are currently tinkering with PhoneGap to achieve this.. :-) The development of this feature is currently in internal beta stage. Will share more on this later.

Please feel free to share your thoughts with us.

Again... the usual disclaimer... please note that we reserve the right to make changes to the features and release dates stated above :-)

Joget Workflow v4 - App Centric Back-end

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In continuing our series of articles on what some of the new v4 features are, here is a preview of another new v4 feature.

App Centric Back-end

This feature is still in the alpha stage of development. The user experience from the back-end (web console) will be enhanced radically. Admin users will be presented with an app-centric user interface, where apps are displayed in a grid view for easy access. They will be able to add, edit and directly launch all their respective apps according to their security access level.



For those users who still prefer the old view, they will be able to switch between the new app-centric interface and the previous web console according to their preferences.

The most significant aspect of this new feature is the direct integration of the Joget Workflow Platform to the Joget Marketplace. Users will be able to browse and directly download to try or to purchase any apps from the marketplace. We are really excited about the huge potential of integrating …

Joget Workflow v4 - Front-end Edit Feature

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YES!! Joget Workflow 3.1 is released... and v4 is already in the works. We will be publishing a series of articles briefly describing what some of the new v4 features are in the coming weeks. To start the preview off, lets check out the new Front-end Edit feature.

Front-end Edit

If you are familiar with using Joget Workflow to build apps with multiple forms, datalists or userviews, you will really appreciate this new feature. The front-end edit feature will save you a tremendous amount of time trying to find the correct form, datalist or userview to edit or modify... :-)



All you need to do, is to first turn on the Front-end Edit feature, then navigate to the page you want to edit and edit your form, datalist, etc. respectively. That's it! No more searching through the long list of forms or datalists.

We are currently beta testing this internally. If all goes according to plan, it will be released in the beta version of v4 sometime in Q2 2013.

The usual disclaimer... please…

Joget Workflow v3.1 is Released

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We are pleased to announce that Joget Workflow v3.1 stable release is now available for public download! You can download it here.

So, what's new in v3.1 Enterprise? The primary focus of the v3.1 release is a cleaner, more streamlined user interface along with enhanced form and reporting features.

New Streamlined Design

New in this release is a beautiful userview theme for end-users called Bootstrap, which is based on the popular front-end toolkit Twitter Bootstrap.


Also included is another shiny new userview theme called Corporati, and a new bundled sample app for an Employee Self Service portal.


The web console UI for building and monitoring apps has been given a face-lift to sport a cleaner, more streamlined look with more usable space.


Enhanced Form, List and Userview Features

There are many new enhancements to forms, including support for having multiple pages in a form. There are also new form fields to cater to more diverse needs, such as a Popup Select Box and a List Grid (…

Joget Workflow v3 - Using Deadlines for Reminder and Escalation

In this tutorial, we will be learning on how to make use of Deadlines to set up Reminder and Task Escalation in a workflow process.

One should have prior knowledge about different types of Deadlines before using them. You may refer to the documentation on Deadlines if you wish to find out more.