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Partner Developed Joget Workflow Solutions

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Hello Jogeters! Time really flies. We were just talking about what new features we should include in v5 and here we are, prepping to release the first public beta soon.

v5 Beta 5 & 6 have been released to our partners for their testing and review. So far the feedback has been extremely positive!! And of course, we get the bug reports too. Here are a couple of updates that we want to quickly share with you Jogeters!

Firstly, we have just published a page on our website that highlights some of the partners' solutions developed on the Joget Workflow platform. Some of these solutions are pretty awesome. You can check them out here: http://www.joget.org/partner-solution/. Here are some screenshots of some of the solutions.


Secondly, Joget Workflow will be exhibiting in CommunicAsia/EnterpriseIT 2015 at Marina Sands in Singapore from June 2 to 5.

Six of our partners will be there with us to chat with anyone who wants to talk "jogetians" (i.e. Joget Workflow specific lingo,…

3 New Slides and 2 New Training Screencasts for Joget v4 Training added

Training Slides have been made available for the 3 modules listed below.

ModuleModule NameLevelLinks3Designing your first Process on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerVideo | Slides4Localizing your Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides5Designing your first Form on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerVideo | Slides Training Screencasts have been made available for the 2 modules below.
ModuleModule NameLevelLinks4Localizing your Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides22Best Practices on Application BuildingApp DesignerAvailable And, this is the complete list to date.
ModuleModule NameLevelLinks1Introduction to Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides2Setting up Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides3Designing your first Process on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerVideo | Slides4Localizing your Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides5Designing your first Form on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerVideo | Slides6Using your first Process Tool – EmailApp DesignerAvailable7Designing your first Datalist on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerAvailable8De…

Slides and Training screencasts for 2 New Modules Joget v4

As for today, we have added another 2 modules' training screencasts for your reference. They are:-
ModuleModule NameLevelStatus14Introduction to ReportingApp DesignerAvailable15Introduction to Plugin ArchitectureDeveloperAvailable
In addition to that, we have also prepared the training slides for the first 2 modules as well.
ModuleModule NameLevelStatus 1Introduction to Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides2Setting up Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides
This is the complete updated list.
ModuleModule NameLevelLinks1Introduction to Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides2Setting up Joget WorkflowGeneralVideo | Slides3Designing your first Process on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerAvailable4Localizing your Joget WorkflowGeneralPending5Designing your first Form on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerAvailable6Using your first Process Tool – EmailApp DesignerAvailable7Designing your first Datalist on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerAvailable8Designing your first Userview on Joget WorkflowApp DesignerAvailable9Hash …

Joget v5 Process Builder

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In Joget Workflow v5, we have created a new fully web-based Process Builder. In the new Process Builder, we strive to create a new environment that lets you focus more on quickly creating the process flow that you want, and less on how to actually use the designer.


One may create a new succession of nodes from any of the existing nodes.


In this Process Builder as well, the Condition Helper is a new feature that helps you to build up your condition expressions easily.


The previous Workflow Designer client which uses Java Web Start technology is still available to offer alternative means of designing processes based on preference.

Joget v5 Performance Analyzer

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The Performance Analyzer is a new feature in Joget Workflow v5 Enterprise Edition that allows administrators and app designers to analyze the performance of their apps and to identify possible bottlenecks.

When enabled, the Performance Analyzer identifies elements within a Userview where the processing time exceeds a specific threshold. Those elements in the Userview menu and current page will be highlighted when the Front-End Edit mode is active.
Upon mouseover of a highlighted element, details of affected method calls and/or SQL statements will be displayed.

By default, the Performance Analyzer is enabled with a threshold of 100ms. This setting can be overridden in the System Settings.