Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Joget Workflow v3 Overview
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Joget Workflow v3 Overview

2,014

Published on

Open source web platform that simplifies the development of BPM and workflow apps. Drag and drop to design processes, forms, lists and front-end UI.

Open source web platform that simplifies the development of BPM and workflow apps. Drag and drop to design processes, forms, lists and front-end UI.

Published in: Technology
1 Comment
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
2,014
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
144
Comments
1
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Cloud-Ready Workflow Platform
  • 2. Introduction Open sourceweb platform that simplifies the process of developing workflow apps
  • 3. Problem Statement Business Process Issues:  Manual inefficiency  Paperwork  Lack of control  High costs Software Issues:  One size does not fit all  Slow development time  Requirements changes inevitable  Cost of maintaining code
  • 4. Value PropositionIT / Developers: Enterprises: Web-based, drag-and-drop,  Increased efficiency and wizard-style approach to productivity build apps  Improved process control Build full-fledged apps, not just processes  Process improvement Time to market  Reduced costs Easier maintenance Deploy and customize ready-made apps from marketplace
  • 5. Feature Overview  Processes / Workflow  Forms  Datalists (Tabular data)  Userviews (End-user UI)  User management  Integration  Plugin architecture
  • 6. Process Management (BPM)  Design/model processes with Workflow Designer  Drag-and-drop interface  No client-installation required (uses Java Web Start in the web browser)  Execute processes with human tasks and system tools  Monitor running and completed processes  Integrate with external systems using plugins
  • 7. Forms  Build web-based forms with Form Builder  Drag-and-drop interface  No client-installation required (fully web-based)  Flexible form layout and configuration  Wizard-style property dialogs  Extend form element types using plugins
  • 8. Datalists  Build tabular data lists which support sorting, paging and filtering with Datalist Builder  Drag-and-drop interface  No client-installation required (fully web-based)  Support for configurable data binders to load data from various sources  Extend data binders (sources) using plugins
  • 9. Userviews  Build front-end end-user UI for apps with Userview Builder  Drag-and-drop interface  No client-installation required (fully web-based)  Combine forms and datalists to support CRUD (create,read,update,delete) for data management  Support for configurable userview design themes  Extend userview functionality using menu type plugins
  • 10. Example Userview Themes
  • 11. User Management  Manage users, groups and organizational charts (organizations, departments and reporting structure)  Integration to external directory systems e.g. LDAP or Active Directory can be achieved through plugins
  • 12. Integration  Integrate with external systems using plugins  Open API – JSON and JavaScript APIs to enable integration from any Web platform
  • 13. Plugin Architecture  Enhance and extend functionality through a dynamic plugin architecture e.g.  Types of Form Elements  Loading/storing of data into datalists  Types of pages in a userview  Integrate to external systems e.g.  HTTP  JSON  SOAP  SQL / JDBC
  • 14. Deployment and Marketplace  Processes, forms, datalists and userviews are packaged into apps for easier management and deployment  Easily import and export apps  Download ready-made apps from the Joget Marketplace  App versioning
  • 15. Platform  Platform independent:  Linux, Windows, Solaris  Database independent  MySQL, Oracle, MS SQL Server  Developed in Java  Open JSON and JavaScript API integrates with any web- based technology e.g. PHP, .NET
  • 16. Architecture
  • 17. Awards  Asia Pacific ICT Alliance 2011  Best of Tools and Infrastructure Application  Merit Award
  • 18. Customers
  • 19. Open Source Traction > 1,000 adopter sites > 2,000 community members > 20 partners
  • 20. Google Summer of Code Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2011:  Open311 Center, Cities in USA  Joget Workflow is a platform component in the implementation of Open311 Center – a project accepted into GSoC 2011, led by Code for America.
  • 21. Languages and Community
  • 22. THANK YOUQ&A

×