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|Developer(s)||Alfresco and the Activiti community|
|Stable release||5.19.0 / 5 November 2015|
|License||Apache License 2.0|
In March 2010, Tom Baeyens and Joram Barrez, the two key developers for jBPM left Red Hat and started Activiti as employees of Alfresco. Activiti is based on their workflow experience with jBPM, but is a new code base, not based on any previous jBPM code.
The first version of Activiti was 5.0, to indicate that product is the continuation of experience they gained via jBPM 1 through 4.
The project is actually a suite of applications that work together:
- Modeler, a web-based graphical workflow authoring interface based on Signavio
- Designer, an Eclipse plug-in for developing workflows
- Engine, the core workflow processor
- Explorer, a web tool to deploy process definitions, start new process instances and carry-out work on workflows
- Cycle, a web app for collaboration between business users and software engineers
Alternative Modeling GUI
The DocuBrain® Workflow Editor is a standalone BPMN 2.0 compliant workflow editor that can be used to create and edit generic BPMN processes. The editor supports direct connections to Activiti as well as all of Activiti's customization (such as Activiti specific element attributes, Activiti specific tasks like Camel Task, Mule Task, etc.).
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