In this article, we shed light on how to integrate Designer in an Angular-based ASP.NET Boilerplate, a general purpose application framework which uses both Bootstrap and Mechanical.
In this article, we share the results of the performance tests of Workflow Engine and Workflow Server under Windows and Linux.
In this article, we describe the structure of our company’s products. Together, they cover 100% workflow cases.
High-quality code and software do not happen by accident—they are a result of passion, consistency and strong developer focus. Learn how we care about the code quality when it comes to delivering you software components that become the core solution you develop.
Last year marked the official release of OpenAPI 3.0, the latest version of the OpenAPI Specification created by the Open API Initiative (OAI). What's in it for Workflow Server and you?
Our clients asked us many times how to quickly integrate Workflow Engine into their architecture. Now we have a special product for such scenarios—Workflow Server.
This case study reveals how DWKit utilized Workflow Engine in its business process management solution.
This case study reveals how ProcessMAP, a leading EHS software vendor, utilized Workflow Engine in its solution.
This case study reveals how Innovum Technologies, a US regulatory management company, benefited from Workflow Engine.
This article explains how to set up parallel approval without using branches, passing parameters to code actions.
This article explains how to define, use and control parallel branches that come with Workflow Engine since version 1.5.
There are quite a lot of open source solutions that are geared towards workflow process automation. The question is how to choose the right one.
Sometimes you need to send the document for approval to several people in one go, and these people should approve it in parallel. What will you do?
The article analyzes the pros and cons of workflow engines and state machines to help you decide which suits your needs better.
At first sight, state machines seem to be an easy tool for developers. Nonetheless, developers soon start to regret using them. Read to find out why.
When you decide to introduce a workflow engine into your IT infrastructure the main question you'll probably have is whether you should build one.
Do I need a workflow engine, when do I use it and what the fuzz is all about? Read our opinion on the subject to make it clear.
Are there any windows workflow foundation alternatives and is windows workflow foundation dead? The answer to both questions is yes. Read to find out why.