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Jbpm 5 Developer Guide

Jbpm Developer Guide None

  • Title: Jbpm 5 Developer Guide
  • Author: Mauricio Salatino
  • ISBN: 9781849516440
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I have received a copy of the jBPM5 developer guide and I'll be glad to provide a review of it.Chapter 1 discusses about general concepts and BPM background, breaking down the BPM discipline into six major steps (discovering processes, formalizing processes, implementing assets, runtime, monitoring, improvements). That might sound unecessary stuff but I guess most developers do prefer jumping directly into the implementation leaving out important initial aspects.Chapter 2 deals with core compone [...]

    2. I recently had the opportunity to go through jBPM5 Developer Guide. First, I should mention that I have a lot of experience with BPM tools in general, but I have never used jBPM5 before.This book provides an excellent overview of not only jBPM5 but also how/why/when to prefer BPM solutions to business problems. It discusses a number of concepts, standards, and architectures in a brief (but very informative) way.It may take awhile to get there (not until chapter 5!), but once it does the book doe [...]

    3. A good overview of jBPM5I have been working with another java based process engine (activiti) for about two years now, so I was happy to get my hands on this book that covers jBPM5 (jBPM5 Developer Guide). This review is not a comparison of activiti and jBPM5 but rather a review of the book in helping someone get started with and correctly using the jBPM5 engine/toolset.Here are some of the things that the book covers:i) An overview of bpmn 2.0 constructs (especially helpful for people new to bp [...]

    4. The book is targeting java developers and architects, but it dives fast and deep into both bpm, jbpm and java technical concepts that you need to consider this book as targeting advanced java developers and technical architects. It is for those implementing and less for those evaluating the jbpm project as a potential BPM solution. It covers all you need to know about jBPM with a large dose of example code. It reads very well and the authors did a good job covering all the complexities that are [...]

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