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Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #49

Blog Post created by salaboy Employee on Jun 11, 2018

Last week we made some huge progress on the new Java Runtime APIs and refinements in our building blocks to make sure that applications can be built without the need of heavy customization and tuning. The Trending Topics Blueprint is being simplified and cleaned up to make sure we reduce the clutter required by developers when domain specific extensions.

 

@MiguelRuizDevstarted to work with Docker, connecting the Task Manager Service to a Postgresql database running in a Docker container.

@daisuke-yoshimotois working on creating examples and acceptance tests about BPMN Cloud Signals.

https://github.com/Activiti/activiti-cloud-examples/tree/feature/daisuke-1687-signal-cloud

https://github.com/Activiti/example-runtime-bundle/tree/feature/daisuke-1687-signal-cloud

Also, he is working on Investigating about the issue #1902.

@constantin-ciobotaruworked for import application from zip files to support application distribution and release

@ryandawsonukStarted work on finding the best configuration for a runtime bundle to work with rabbit and keycloak in Jenkins-X. Then paused that to prepare the presentation for next week’s JDK.IOconference.

@erdemedeirosWorked on events that are send by the runtime bundle to audit and query services so that they use the new Java API(work in progress). Same for the reception of events at the query side (work in progress). Prepared the presentation for next week’s JDK.IOconference.

@salaboyworked on the TTC BluePrint to optimize the usage of building blocks. Now the blueprint is using Spring Cloud Kubernetes Config and the new Spring Cloud Gateway with Spring Cloud Kubernetes Discovery.

 

This week, we will be presenting at JDK.IOand JBCNconf. But feel free to ping us in Gitter, we should be around finishing up the pending topics for our Beta1 release.

Get in touch if you want to contribute: https://gitter.im/Activiti/Activiti7

We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request ;)

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