Designing forms for end users is already pretty straightforward – it’s relatively simple to define and configure the fields in a form using the drag-and-drop widgets provided in Bonita Studio Form Builder. Did you know you can adjust the widget palette to change the way it displays the widgets available — and even customize it to show only the widgets you use most often?
There are 3 different display views of the widget palette. Right-click on the palette to see the options. Use “customize” to select which widgets to hide from your custom palette (or to show them again).
If you want the maximum amount of space for your form grid, hide the palette completely.
This video shows how!
(For maximum whiteboard space, you can hide the Overview and Details panels too.)
Few days ago, I encountered some difficulties in setting up Selenium tests for a webapp running in JBoss. There was only one issue, actually, but it was a big one and it was hard to find. Here I’ll describe the symptoms and explain how to remedy this problem.
We’re approaching the release of BOS 5.5, and we need community help to finalize translations.
If you have a specific language need, please have a look at the Babili translation tool, and offer your suggested translations for the new functions, tooltips, wizards, etc that have been (are are still being) added. Babili is synchronized with the build, so you will be translating as the last sprint is completing.
The planned deadline is 15 April. We’re aiming to have your language translation completed and validated, with your localization package installed into the 5.5 release.