Element Templates for low-code BPM

June 23, 2016 at 05:00 PM (CET)

Hands-on Introduction into Element Templates

Elements Templates are a powerful new concept that allows you to provide predefined BPMN process elements. Those elements come with specific properties that can be populated during process design and will influence the process execution.  

Using this approach, software developers can define domain specific platforms on top of Camunda BPM that allow "citizen developers" (people with technical understanding, but not programmers) to implement processes in a low-code fashion. 

In this webinar, you will learn how to define and provide Element Templates, and how your citizen developers can use them. There will be mostly live coding and many examples that you can follow in order to get started with element templates yourself.

Presented by Niall Deehan & Nico Rehwaldt

Niall Deehan works as a consultant with Camunda BPM. He specializes in the implementation of executable BPMN models within the English-speaking world. His career has involved long stints as both a Java Developer and a Technical Analyst. He sees BPMN (and especially Camunda BPM) as a linguistic bridge between those two disciplines.
Nico Rehwaldt is mainly active in the fields of web- and modeling tools at Camunda. More than a year ago he launched the bpmn.io project. Since then Camunda develops open and extendable BPMN tooling which allows a simple and effective use of the modeling notation to communicate process knowledge.
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