I always loved connecting things to make bigger systems and processes – I hated corporate integration, until now. If you tell anyone how easy it is to do software integration for two different companies or systems, they will not believe you and they’ll start waxing on about war stories we’ve […]
One of the easiest ways to extend Warewolf is through the use of a Dynamic-Link library, or DLL for short. Warewolf can easily load a DLL by using the plugin connector. Warewolf can load DLLs from both the Global Assembly Cache or directly from a UNC path. It can consume […]
Part of Warewolf’s attraction is the ease of use in designing logic flows. In our experience, a day’s basic training and about a week of using Warewolf is enough to get a user proficient with the product. The good news is that this does not only apply to developers, but […]
When starting a new software project an organization needs to decide what approach best fits its objectives. Common approaches are traditional custom software development with a coded language, business process management (BPM)-based development and software as a service (SaaS)-based development.
For a long time we have really battled to put Warewolf into a neat box. It is a powerful, unique and multi-faceted system that we’ve never been able to categorise. It’s been a massive frustration as a marketer when I’ve tried to communicate this “thing”. The idea behind Warewolf […]